The Iberis that ornaments French cottage windows and that I called 'Gibraltarica' in the first book is not that at all, but I. sempervirens. I have one in the greenhouse that was cut back all the summer and potted up in October. It has been in flower three weeks now, and will go on for a long time. In the spring I shall cut it well back and plant it out in the reserve garden. It grows easily from cuttings, and Mr. Thompson, of Ipswich, keeps the seed. It is, of course, not a choice plant, but it is an attractive and useful one for those who have not much convenience for forcing on winter-flowering things in December and January. Like many of the commoner plants, I have never seen it grown as a window plant in England, though it would do well.