There is an extensive impression in horticultural circles that the Eucharis cannot be flowered satisfactorily in this country; now that idea is utterly erroneous. Mr. Tailby, of Wellesly, makes a remunerative specialty of growing Eucharis blooms for market. Mr. Such's plants, when in flower, are a sight to behold, and many instances in other commercial and private gardens testify that the Eucharis is as free-blooming in America as in Europe. We never have any trouble in getting two good flower-crops a year.