Quiz week part three

How did you do yesterday?

The plants were:








That gives you E P S N L I A

Rearrange that and you should get ALPINES


Today we have a book by William Dallimore. It is not that common but an important work. There are some repeats of plants here because of unusual letters! Big clue there.

Good luck


There’s a lot there!






2 Comments on “Quiz week part three”

  1. derrickjknight
    November 27, 2019 at 11:51 am #

    A good one. Much assistance from my Head Gardener required – Holly, Yew, and Box

    • tonytomeo
      December 6, 2019 at 3:21 am #

      GOODNESS! I could not get that many. I did not identify d, b, x, o, and o.

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