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Gardening Australia - - CONTENTS -

1. Granadilla (12)

7. Im­pe­rial unit of land mea­sure­ment (4) 10. Fei­joa or … guava (9)

11. Hi­malayan ev­er­green with leath­ery leaves and clus­ters of fra­grant, pink flow­ers (7) (Pic­ture A)

13. Pro­duces, bears (6)

14. Trop­i­cal Asian tree of the genus Calo­phyl­lum used for masts, spars, etc (4) 15. An­other name for snow leop­ard (5)

16. Dan­ger­ous (6)

18. The thin­ner of the lower-leg bones (6) 20. Ar­ranged meet­ings (5)

23. Close rel­a­tive of the gi­raffe (5)

25. Sub­stance used in cheese mak­ing (6) 26. Shoots cut for graft­ing or plant­ing (6) 31. A kind of wheat (5)

32. For­mal test (4) 33. A fight (6)

36. Ec­cen­tric peo­ple (col­loq.) (7) 37. A firm, or­ange cheese (9) 38. Source of veni­son (4)

39. Ed­i­ble berry of the shrub Ribes ni­grum (12)

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1. Flower used as a sym­bol of remembrance (5) (Pic­ture B)

2. In­sec­tiv­o­rous bog plants (7)

3. Help­ing (2,3,2)

4. Palm of In­dia and the Pa­cific is­lands, whose fo­liage is used for thatch­ing, etc (4) 5. An­te­lope or brand of sneaker (6)

6. Easter or Christ­mas, for ex­am­ple (6)

8. Genus of these flow­ers (9) (Pic­ture C) 9. Elude, side­step (5)

12. Spicy, Span­ish sausage (7)

16. Milk dis­penser (5)

17. Top-fer­mented beer (3)

19. Genus of true fir trees (5)

21. Loose-skinned man­darin (9)

22. Per­fumed (7)

24. Cul­ti­vated form of the com­mon carp (3)

27. The weed Hypochaeris rad­i­cata (4,3) 28. Cac­tus also called prickly pear (7)

29. Peri­carp or seed … (6)

30. Pop­u­lar bulb that breaks into cloves (6)

31. Planted, scat­tered (5)

34. Copse or wood (arch.) (5)

35. Layer of car­ti­lage be­tween ver­te­brae (4)

8 down C

1 down B

11 across A

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