It is supposed that the urgency to plant forests of a tree that will not stand a degree of frost, could only come from American daily papers. It was supposed that at least in England, where gardening intelligence is such a power, things would be differently done. But we find by our English gardening exchanges that the "Times and similar journals "are doing the same thing there. We have often urged, in spite of erroneous things that occur here now and then, that we are not much behind the rest of the world.