A correspondent inquires whether it is our advice that he "build houses for cut flowers," and asks: "will not the market become overstocked?" We cannot advise; but for the question of overstock, only say that the use of cut flowers in some form or another has existed co-equal with human history. As a business it will probably be like all others, have its times when there are too many growers for buyers, and times when the growers are too few. This is a mere business venture which every fellow must decide for himself.