Sunday Puzzler: March 5

Another puzzle to get your brain in gear. As usual, identify the plants, take the first letter of each (genus) name (no common names) and rearrange them to make the name of a National Trust garden. (There is a clue below, at the end of the photos.)










Answer tomorrow.

Clue: This property has connections with the greatest Briton of all time as voted in 2002.




3 Comments on “Sunday Puzzler: March 5”

  1. derrickjknight
    March 5, 2017 at 9:26 am #

    Chartwell – I did this one myself 🙂

    • thebikinggardener
      March 5, 2017 at 9:28 am #

      Yay! Well done – in good time too! I hope your day has started dry – wet here – and that you have a good one.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Sweetgum and Pines

gardening in the North Carolina piedmont

Ravenscourt Gardens

Learning life's lessons in the garden!

RMW: the blog

Roslyn's photography, art, cats, exploring, writing, life

Paddy Tobin, An Irish Gardener

Our garden, gardens visited, occasional thoughts and book reviews


un altro blog sul giardinaggio...


four decades of organic vegetable gardening and barely a clue

The Long Garden Path

A walk round the Estate!


Gardening on the edge of a cliff

Uprooted Magnolia

I'm Leah, a freelance Photographer born and raised in Macon, GA, USA. I spent 8 years in the wild west and this is my photo journal on life, love, and the spirit of Wyoming. Welcome to Uprooted Magnolia.

Interesting Literature

A Library of Literary Interestingness

Garden Variety

A Gardening, Outdoor Lifestyle and Organic Food & Drink Blog

For the Love of Iris

Articles, Tips and Notes from Schreiner's Iris Gardens

One Bean Row

Words and pictures from an Irish garden by Jane Powers

Plant Heritage

We are working to save garden plants for people to use and enjoy today and tomorrow


An English persons experience of living and gardening in Ireland

%d bloggers like this: