Sunday puzzler: July 10

Today’s puzzle is a tricky one, with lots of letters! But the garden to find is one I have posted about so that narrows it down a bit.

Just identify the plants and take the first letter of each plant (Botanical names only or you will get in a mess) and rearrange them to find an irish garden.















To give you another clue, the Two Fat Ladies visited and cooked for the residents. Answer tomorrow.

2 Comments on “Sunday puzzler: July 10”

  1. derrickjknight
    July 10, 2016 at 9:11 am #

    Kylemore Abbey – sneaky two words, Geoff 🙂 We wouldn’t have got it without the bonus clue

  2. thebikinggardener
    July 10, 2016 at 9:39 am #

    Well done – glad the clue helped 🙂

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