Those who require a rose that will cover the greatest possible space in a short time should procure R. Brunonis, the Ne-paulese Brier; when once established in fair soil it will make shoots 20 feet or more in length in a season. The flowers are white, single, and produced in bunches. In its way it is very effective. Amongst other roses that are not so much grown as they deserve to be, is the North American species R. lucida; the flowers are single, rosy-pink in color. It has beautiful toothed leaves which set off the flowers well. - Gardeners Chronicle.