I have a very attractive climber with the above name that I think cannot be extensively grown, or I fail to find it in any of my catalogues, though from the largest floral firms in this country. It was sent to me about six weeks ago from Indiana, and it very soon began to throw out new shoots full of buds, and the main stalk has grown more than half a yard since it came to me and is in bud and bloom. The flowers are pure white, fragrant, and hang in clusters over the rich, dark green leaves which greatly resemble those of the Camellia japonica, though not so glossy. I have it trained on a small pot trellis, and it is very handsome.