Finally moved all my plants outside - no danger of frost in Missouri for at least a week (knock on wood). In the sunlight, I noticed probably close to 70 flowers poking up. Have some S. flava that decided dormancy was enough back in January. Those stalks are about a foot high now, but every thing else is just surfacing. I noticed my Ladies in Waiting has two flowers on it, a rubra x moorei with about 9 flowers coming up from one plant - and it's not even that old, maybe 6 years; and some I've been impatiently waiting to flower for breeding purposes, such as oreophila x psittacina, flava x psittacina, oreophila x willisii, mardi gras, and hummer's hammerhead. Anyway, I needed a cheering up, and this was definitely it. How are everyone else's Sarra's looking, in more northerly areas?