H. L., of Oak Park, Ills., writes: " Will not some one write an article on this subject, and oblige me and probably a great many others? "

[Camellias in this part of the world are generally taken out of the houses about the middle of May and are placed under a shade made of lattice-work, or if that is not to hand, the partial shade afforded by a large tree. They want light in summer time, but not the full blaze of the mid-day sun. - Ed. G. M.]