We have a notice from the Garden that it will in future discontinue its exchanges with American publications - the Gardener's Monthly among the number. It seems to us that most, if not all, of the success which the Garden has met with in this country, is due to the free, and, we think, cordial notices of the American press. Still it has a right to decide its own course. It is a little strange, however, at the same time that we are politely shown the door, to be asked to say a good word for the inmates! However, we will say, in finally parting with the Garden from our exchange list, that it is a credit to horticulture, and in every way worthy of the success it has earned.