Hi all. I grew a Dierama pulcherrimum from seed a long time ago--at least 15 years, maybe closer to 20. Ever since, I've grown it in a pot, because I'm in zone 6 and I doubt it would survive in the ground. I keep it outside during the summer and bring it into a cold basement (30s) or a warmish (50s) basement for the winter. But after all this time, it has never flowered. I've been patient. The plant seems to flourish--it has many leaves and has filled a 5-gallon pot. I repotted it once, a few years ago, and discovered long chains of small bulbs--perhaps 6 or 7, each representing a new year's growth, I think. There were lots of these bulb chains--dozens. In recent years, I've fed it rather heavily; during some earlier years, though, I didn't fed it at all. Nothing seems to work. I haven't been able to find out much about this, although I have seen references to others having trouble flowering it in a pot. Could the problem be that the soil temp is too high? Does anyone have any ideas? I'd love to see some flowers at least a few times before more decades have passed. Thanks.