bsharf said:Keith, that's an unusual one you have. I had to do some research on this. Its a H. species growing in Brazil. Check out the Pacific Bulb Society website. Its is an evergreen, which are treated a bit differently than the usual H. hybrids. They keep their leaves through a short summer dormancy, so I wouldn't cut it back. When you bring it inside, to protect from frost, treat it like H. papilio, let it keep its leaves through the winter. It should go dormant during the summer, blooming again in late summer. Reduce or stop watering in mid summer, start watering again in mid August. It might hybridize with the H. hybrids, since H. papilio does hybridize. The problem would be the different blooming times. We'll be interested to see how this fares out in your garden.