" H. H.," of Halifax, Nova Scotia, writes: " I cannot find in any book on horticultural buildings, how to construct nursery tree store-houses and instructions how to manage them. I would be obliged if I could have a leaf from the Editor's knowledge and experience".

[Nurserymen have to adapt these houses to the special wants of each business and the locality, and we fancy no two would want exactly the same building. The only point is, to build it so that the temperature will not be much above or below freezing. A little frost is better than to be much above, or the plants will sprout. If any of our readers who have been very successful with a storage house for general purposes, would kindly describe it, it would be appreciated. - Ed. G. M].