An enumeration has recently been made of the plants in the Cambridge Botanical Garden,by Mr. William Falconer, the curator, with the following results: 1,519 genera, all told; 5,901 species, all told; hardy, 3,641; tender,2,2C0. Among these are 247 species of Orchids; 387 species of Ferns; 583 Cacti and other succulent plants; 42 Selaginellas; 36 Bromeliads; 46 Palms; and 430 hardy trees and shrubs, together with 112 half hardy ones, as Ancuba, Cupressus and Hollies, and exceptionally small ones, as Erica, Arctostaphylus and the like.