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Gardens Illustrated Magazine - - Contents -

ACROSS

1 Choic­est stone fruit? (4) 4 House­plant called ‘Fly­ing Gold­fish’ – a one-culm va­ri­ety (8) 9 A gem of a deep red gla­di­o­lus with tubu­lar flow­ers (4) 10 Ed­i­ble gourd in the genus of Cu­cumis (5) 11 See 16 down 12/24 down An­other name for In­dian rhubarb of Darmera genus – rain pro­tec­tion fac­tory? (8,5) 13 Genus of deadly night­shade – a sort of op art (6) 15 The pineap­ple, con­sists of yel­low fruits with no top! (6) 17 Genus of flax lily – re­ar­ranged in a la­dle (8) 19 Dis­ease af­fect­ing rhubarb – pro­duced by monarch’s top­ping? Rub­bish! (5,3) 22 Frilly leaved let­tuce – Tin Tin? (6) 23 An Aqui­le­gia with so-called black and white bon­nets (6) 25 Genus of bent grass – or it sags, any­way! (8) 27 Scot­tish-bred salad po­tato, in many al­lot­ments (4) 29 Win­ter veg­eta­bles, rel­a­tives of the onion (5) 30 Um­bel­lif­er­ous herb makes dog ini­tially un­well (4) 31 Aro­matic plant aka frax­inella or burn­ing bush (7) 32 Po­ten­tial plant – ob­serve date (4)

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2 Bend a shoot to the earth to root (5) 3 Plant with speck­led orchid-like blooms (7)

4 Type of kale or gen­eral term for ‘greens’ in cab­bage fam­ily (7)

5 Genus of ver­bena-like flower… in At­lanta, nat­u­ralised (7) 6 Grass cut­ter (5) 7 A named cro­cus… for one’s self­im­age (3) 8 The lung­wort genus (10) 14 Pasque­flower genus (10)

16/11 Fresh growth found on shrub or tree (3,4)

18 Rep­re­sent­ing a vast pe­riod of time… in peonies (3)

20 Lau­rel I con­fused for genus of plants with pe­tu­nia-like flow­ers (7)

21 Like a leaf­less tree’s branch­ing – try to in­clude acer (7)

22 Prunus sub-genus of sour cher­ries – causes changes, right in­side (7) 24 See 12 across 26 Grass-like plant in dis­eased Ges­ne­ria (5)

28 How Fri­t­il­laria flower heads move – in­di­cate agree­ment (3)

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