Some years ago I purchased a bulb or bulbs of Hymenocallis or Ismene species calathina or narcissiflora at a big box store. I also bought a Sulphur Queen, and put them in the same pot. After the first year or two, the Sulphur Queen ceased existing, but the white-flowered plant continues to increase. Today I have 9 scapes, 5 of which are already in bloom. I don’t know whether I have the true Ismene narcissiflora or not, but my plant is fertile and produces a few ¾ inch green immies (spheres) every year. I’m still learning how to raise the seedlings. I have been growing a seedling from one of last year’s seeds for about 2 months. I planted the seed just below the soil last September or October, and left it outside during our very wet winter. The cotyledon emerged above ground around mid-June. It already has two stems (it could be that the second stem is from a second seed, but I did not plant them that close together). The parent plant stands about 3½’ tall, leaves are 2’ x 2”. You are invited to view David's photo album: Ismene seedling Ismene seedlingAug 14, 2010 by David This is my seedling. The parent may be Ismene narcissiflora -- it's a bulb or bulbs that I've had for years. View Album Play slideshow Contribute photos to this album Message from David: My several year old Ismene, which I purchased at a big box store as ??.calathina or narcissiflora regularly produces a few 3/4" green seeds which I am learning how to raise. After the photo of the parent flower I have photos of the seedling. It is now about 2 months old, either has 2 stems or a second seed has germinated. If you are having problems viewing this email, copy and paste the following into your browser: http://picasaweb.google.com/lh/sredir/… To share your photos or receive notification when your friends share photos, get your own free Picasa Web Albums account.