A correspondent inquires for "a list of Wisterias." In the first place, they are Wistaria, not Wisteria, having been so named by Nuttall when he decided to separate the genus from Glycine, after Dr. Caspar Wistar, of Philadelphia. There are no great number of species. The Chinese have three forms, the common blue, the pure white, and the double. These are all strong growers. Of the American there are two forms, the regular American Wistaria, W. frutescens, and the W. magnifica, which is a more vigorous variety. These are all.