Macro monday: 25 July

Tinatntia pic4

Tinatntia pic8

I have gone in a bit closer this week so this may be tricky – but I have added a detail of the leaf too. Can you tell what this plant is? Answer tomorrow.


Sunday Puzzler Solution

How did you get on yesterday? Here is the solution.

The plants were:

















Ipomoea (sweet potato)

Ipomoea (sweet potato)



So that gave you:

S  A  E  T  R  C  L  R  I  B 

Mix these up and you get Birr Castle

birr castle

birr castle 2




2 Comments on “Macro monday: 25 July”

  1. derrickjknight
    July 25, 2016 at 8:21 am #

    Head Gardener too busy to help yesterday – I got 6 myself which was a record, but not enough. She’s just named all but Lysichiton. We can’t do the macro. Thanks again for fun puzzles

  2. thebikinggardener
    July 25, 2016 at 9:00 am #

    Well I am glad you had lots of things to do at the weekend so that is good really – but well done for getting a record number right 🙂 I must admit that today’s is a bit tricky. And thank you for trying ! 🙂

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