P. The golden blooms of the shrubby variety (integrijolia) are effective for bedding; the herbaceous kinds derived from C. crenatiflora are better suited to the . Both kinds need plenty of mould in the soil and abundant . Propagation of shrubby calceolarias is by made during October and kept in sand in a cold frame for the winter. For herbaceous species may be by sown in a cool house in June, in or pans filled with a rich porous soil. There are also winter blooming hybrids from flowering, notably John I lines Hybrid which is yellow. Another species, C. violacea, is a shrub reaching 2 ft., mauve tinted with yellow. It freely in summer.