Sunday Puzzler: April 10
Welcome to the second in this regular Sunday post to tease you as you have your Sunday tea and toast. All you have to do is identify the plants* and take the first letter of each and arrange them to make the name of an Irish County.
This one is a tiny bit more tricky than last week – Answer tomorrow.
* You need to use the botanical name of the genus, not a common name. This is because common names vary. But it is just the genus, nothing else:
This would be galanthus, not snowdrop!
I am very impressed 🙂 there was one of those that I thought would be tricky and the mass of vowels might cause problems! I hope the rest of your day is just as good.
Waited for Head Gardener to identify plants, and forgot until this morning, so missed the boat, dammit. 🙂 Good one, though
lol! thank you