A gentleman, saya the Western Rural'st, anSious to ascertain the effect of Tangplanting at night, instead of by day, made an experiment with the folowing results : He transplanted ten oherry trees while in bloom, commencing at four o'clock in the atternoon. Those ransplanted during tho daylight shed heir blossoms, prodticing little or no 'ruit, while those planted in the dark raaintained their condition fully. He lid the same with ten dwarf trees, after ,he fruit was one-third grovvn. Those ;ransplanted during the day shed their 'ruit; those transplanted during the nieht nerfeeted their erop, and showed no injury froin havir.g l e i removed. With each of these trees lie removed some eartli with-the roots. The incident is fully vouched for, aml it' a few similar experiment produce like r.'Sult, it will be a strong argument to horticulturists, ic, to do such work at r.ight.