Calampelis scaler. - Rough-podded Calampelis. - This is a beautiful climber, a perennial, but flowers the first year; not sufficiently hardy to stand our winters. Its flowers are produced in panicles or racemes, and are of a bright orange color; it flowers profusely the latter part of summer. It will be necessary to plant the seeds in a hot-bed early in the spring, and when the plants have five or six leaves they should be transplanted into pots, and turned into the ground in June. The seeds are difficult to vegetate.