I'm hoping that some 'old timer' out there may have saved a record of the IBS seed exchange list from 1997. Last year a friend shared with me a massonia labeled IBS 97-142. I know, so what, another massonia, but this one proved to be stubbornly evergreen, refusing to go dormant last summer. I'm wondering if it may be akin to the newly published M. sempervirens, as Aaron Floden described to the list. I have already asked Dell, who claimed ignorance and referred me to Shawn Pollard, who also was in the dark. There must be someone out there who keeps these lists! Hoping for enlightenment, --Roy NW of Boston, still frozen aside from snowdrops, eranthis, adonis and a dazzling show of Cyclamen coum.