I grow a few of them and find them unassuming little plants but in their own way very pretty and well worth having a crack at if you can get the bulbs. All of mine came from Bob and Rannveig Wallis' List and as they have travelled and collected extensively in Turkey I have assumed they came from there. Further reading has shown that H milengresii is endemic to Cyprus. I have:- H. glabrescens: Mine flowered well in 2011 but has not put in an appearance this year. A few days ago I tipped out the pot and bulbs are showing small shoots so I assume poor cultivation on my part is the reason. I have a picture from 2011 and, as I cannot remember how to put pictures on the Wiki I will send it to David Pilling who no doubt, if he has time, will do it in the twinkling of an eye . John Lonsdale has some good pictures on his Web Site. I also have a pot of H. glabrescens seedlings, sown from seed obtained from SRGC in December 2008 which gave me a flower this year. H. lineata-again possibly Turkey. I have a picture and will deal with it as above. H milengresii-also a non-flowerer, again John Lonsdale has pictures on his site. I have read somewhere there is a view that this is an old hybrid between H micrantha and heldreichii. David Nicholson in Devon, UK. Zone 9b allegedly!