new to this list, thank you! not sure where to put the topic line... however... I am consumed with envy reading about your climate zone. We are in eastern NC, hot, humid (about 100 today) air so thick it feels like syrup... anyway. This time of year I always start thinking about my winter house plants, and I have this old house with a large sunroom, facing west and south. Humidity not as high as a greenhouse, but higher than normal house- run humidifier out there ( also works as passive solar) I got some fall/winter blooming oxalis last year, they were a HIT! they are resting now. I am wondering if various species of tulbaghias would work. I am a total fragrance-fanatic! any ideas would be helpful. I recently missed a tulbaghia fragrans ( I read that's really simmleri) I am still grieving over... any other sourced for this? and there were a couple more in that family that looked interesting.. thank you! Amy Hayner Z8A , east coast.