M. C. & Co., Atlanta, Ga., say; "A lady of Cedar Keys, Fla., sends us the enclosed branch and fruit of a vine that is indigenous to that part of Florida, and says it blooms three times before fruiting, once flowers yellow, twice white, and very fragrant. We do not recognize it. Can you tell us what it is? Also, seeds of flowering potato - so called there; can you locate it?

[We give the name above. There were two kinds of seeds in the letter, one of some malva-ceous plant; and the other, perhaps, a convolvulus.-Ed. G. M.]