We hear frequent commendations of the Gardener's Monthly, but we always feel that as much is due to the zeal and generous kindness of our correspondents as to any superior editorial management. As showing how widespread is the interest in our magazine all over the world, we may point to the papers we often give from intelligent people in England, France, Ger many, Australia; and even Japan and China have themselves heard through our pages. To-day the far away Asiatic kingdom of Siam is represented in our columns. As all these communications are free-will offerings of kind friends, they are very gratifying both to editor and publisher.