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Spring Flowers

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Puzzle ID:#30633
Fun:*** (3.02)
Difficulty:*** (2.17)
Category:Logic-Grid
Submitted By:locomomAus*****
Corrected By:Winner4600

 

 

 



Spring is here! All the gardens on Hilldale Avenue are ablaze with color from flowering bulbs. The five gardens are each filled with different flowers. Alice and her neighbors, including Taylor, planted their bulbs at different times last summer and fall. From the following clues, can you determine each neighbor's first and last name, type of bulbs in each garden, each neighbor's address and when their bulbs were planted?

First names: Alice, Bob, Carl, Denise, Evelyn
Last names: Stewart, Taylor, Upland, Vickers, Wilson
Addresses: 23, 24, 25, 26, 27
Bulbs: Tulips, Daffodils, Crocus, Snowdrops, Hyacinths
Planting Dates: Aug.30, Sept.10, Sept.26, Oct.2, Oct.31

1. The 5 neighbors are Carl, the daffodil lady, Stewart, the neighbor who always plants last, and the one who resides at number 24.

2. Ms. Wilson returned from her vacation on the last day of September, just in time to plant her bulbs at number 23 Hilldale Avenue.

3. Vickers planted her bulbs after number 27 but long before the crocus went into the ground.

4. Denise always plants her bulbs, which have an initial letter that is the same as the initial of her last name, on the date that corresponds with her address.

5. Mr. Taylor gave out Halloween goodies for "Trick or Treat" on the same day that he planted his crocus bulbs.

6. Alice Vickers dislikes the smell of hyacinths.

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