Bellis perennis. - A well-known perennial, m bloom from March to August; three inches high. There are several varieties, as the red, white, blush, red-quilled, white-quilled, hen and chicken, etc.

This beautiful little flower will not stand our winters without protection. They are best kept in a frame, where they can be preserved from the extreme cold weather, and exposed to the sun and air.

Daisies may be propagated abundantly, by dividing the roots; but' these should be planted in shady borders, where they will not be exposed to the too powerful influence of our summer sun, which would absolutely destroy them, if left to its mercy.