This beautiful and fragrant flower is too well known for description. Its chief value is for cut flowers, as the plant and its supports are by no means ornamental. Its place is in the vegetable garden where it can receive horse culture in rows the same as the garden peas. Planted the usual depth of garden peas, and supported by woven wire four feet in width on stakes, it gives a profusion of flowers for the living-room vases well through the season until after very severe frosts.