I have just seen some flowering specimens of this fine Tobacco, and can recommend it as a good conservatory plant. The plants had been taken from the open ground in the autumn, and placed in large pots, and they are now bearing huge branching panicles of pale cream-coloured flowers of considerable value as decorative agents. Apart, therefore, from the value of this fine Tobacco as a foliaged plant in subtropical gardens, it can also be estimated for its flowers, which it will produce in a cool conservatory during the months of March, April, and May. B. C.