A "Subscriber," Beverly, N. J., writes: " In the February number of the American Garden, there is a letter signed by Mr. Peter Henderson, of Jersey City Heights, in reply to a query, ' Is there such a thing as a yellow fuchsia?' in which he states, 'there is not, and never is likely to be, at least of a color to be called honestly yellow,' etc.

" Now, may not the F. fulgens, with its beautiful long tubular bunches, of rich chrome colored flowers, be very properly classed as a yellow fuchsia? It certainly is not necessary, to entitle a flower to be called yellow, that it must be of that particular shade existing in the dandelion, etc".