Those are young Erythrinas alright! I grow the hybrid E.herbacea X E. crista-galli, also called E. 'bidwilli'. Great plant. Are the roots of the yellowed plant trying to come out the bottom of the pot? These guys like space. Andrew San Diego -----Original Message----- From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Dennis Kramb Ummmm...... I'm really, really, silly. I complained about no germination on my Erythrina, because I saw an exposed red seed sitting in a pot full of assorted weeds. A few moments ago I started poking around trying to find the other seeds so that I could scarify & soak them. One was rotten, so I tossed it. The next one was viable... and attached to a growing Erythrina plant!!!! LOL. At least I think so. Upon clearing away the weeds, I seem to have 3 Erythrina seedlings happily growing. Can you guys confirm? Here's a pic... http://www.badbear.com/P8030007.JPG (I know the plant in lower left is a Viola sororia seedling.) Can you hazard any guess as to why the big one is yellowing?