Does anyone in the PBS group have seeds or bulbs of Scoliopus hallii to trade? I found wild plants in Clatsop County, but have not been successful with collecting seed. I have both S. hallii and S. bigelovii (sp?), one of each, and have yet to see seeds. They flower and appear to be setting seed but nothing happens. I'm very careful to give them the shade and moisture with a covering of growing moss. So far I have not attempted to repot. I'd suggest an internet search and/or contacting small native plant nurseries in the Pacific Northwest. I was given both plants by someone who was successful in growing them. Robin Hansen Oh, yes, it's (still) raining-if I have tomatoes it will be cause they're in the greenhouse.