The fourth annual meeting at Cleveland last month, was very successful. A much larger representation of the best members of the trade were present than ever before, and the subjects were of great practical utility. The members were hospitably received and entertained by the citizens, although' two other large conventions being held in the city at the same time must have drawn heavily on their time and other resources. Great credit is due to the President of last year, Mr. Harrison, of Storrs & Harrison, for the success of this meeting. The next year's meeting will be held in Chicago. Mr. Hubbard of Fredonia, New York was elected president for the next session. If as wisely handled as it now promises to be, the association may have a great influence in shaping the best interests of the nursery trade.