Bush Honeysuckle (Lonicera tartarica) was introduced many years ago from Russia, but became naturalized in the neighbourhood of New York and was a feature of the old Westchester County gardens, in whose ruins it can be found to-day long after the houses have disappeared. It is almost evergreen, retaining its leaves well into January. It is long lived and attains a large size, becoming in time quite as gnarled and picturesque as the White Lilac. At the end of April just before the leaves appear its long, gracefully drooping branches are completely covered with a sweet-scented blossom like the old-fashioned honeysuckle, only the flowers are smaller and of an exquisitely delicate construction. Large specimens of this desirable shrub may be successfully moved, and if you could find one it would prove a great addition to your grounds.