Why are we presenting you with our favorite new botanical wallpapers while the real McCoys are holding forth outside the window? The glories of summer, we hate to point out, won't be here forever. When winter's bite is back, the passionate hues and bold repeating patterns of these floral wall coverings will still be here to feed your gardener's soul. You can plant them, after a fashion, arranging two or three papers, as we have on the left-hand page, the way you would mix cultivars in a flower bed. Too potent? Then cover a single wall to approximate a hillside massed with blooms, or fill a single picture frame to simulate fields glimpsed out a window. Or paper the inside of a closet, so as to be transported every time you reach for a garment. Traditional in tone but modern in scale and imagination—and in hues that run the gamut from rich reds to graphic black-and-white—the floral designs available today lend themselves to winter daydreams. Why not, then, show them to you when the cold weather is here? That would just be unfair.