Pheasant's-Eye, the Autumnal, Corn Adonis, Adonis Flower, Red Maithes, or Red Morocco; Adonis autumnalis,lj. an indigenous annual plant, growing in corn-fields, and flowering in the months of June and July.—It may be easily propagated from seeds, which ought to be sown in a light soil, in autumn, soon after they are ripe; as otherwise they seldom succeed. When the plants appear above ground, they should be carefully weeded, and occasionally watered in dry weather; but it will not be advisable to remove them till the autumn of the second year ; when they may be transplanted to the place of their destination.-The beautiful, scarlet blossoms of this plant greatly recommend its culture in gardens; incalculable quantities of them being sold in the metropolis, under the name of Red Morocco Flowers.