Quiz week part 5

It is rest day today!

Just the answers for yesterday – a book by Beth Chatto

The plants were













That gives you R R A G T Y D H E E D N

Rearranging the letters should give you THE DRY GARDEN

which is something you couldn’t call mine at the moment.


One Comment on “Quiz week part 5”

  1. tonytomeo
    December 11, 2019 at 6:26 pm #

    Oh my! I got TWO wrong. I thought the Dianthus was a Geranium, and did not identify the Gladiolus. I thought it looked like a Gladiolus, but not convincingly so, particularly since I wanted to identify it as something that stated with the ‘D’ that I did not get from the misidentified Dianthus, . . . which instead provided the ‘G’ that should have been provided by the Gladiolus.

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