Here's a photo of a yellow-flowered Muscari that I bought bulbs of and planted out last fall, labeled merely as Muscari 'Yellow Fragrance'. After it bloomed last week, I'm convinced it is M. macrocarpum. Is 'Yellow Fragrance' a real name, or is it as I suspect, one of those dumb made-up nursery names to avoid the use of latin binomials? Googling the name Muscari macrocarpum, I see images of some really superior bright yellow many-flowered forms, as opposed to the few-flowered yellowy-green form in my plants, shown in the image below. And what about that cultivar name.... what is "yellow fragrance"? I didn't know that specific colors had their own fragrance. http://plantbuzz.com/buzz/… Mark McDonough firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.plantbuzz.com/ Massachusetts, USA (near the New Hampshire border) ________________________________________________________________________ AOL now offers free email to everyone. Find out more about what's free from AOL at AOL.com.