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Submitted by: Gath

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Today's tough puzzle strains to justify the label tough. However, I found one very pretty step. Thus, I could not resist the temptation to use this puzzle as blog fodder.
At the end of the proof, I wax almost philosophical about sudoku solving in general.
To view both my grandiose More...
30/Mar/07 9:59 PM
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I took this photo in the Darling Ranges overlooking Perth and the international airport. One of our beautiful plants.
31/Mar/07 12:07 AM
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Makes a great jigsaw! Gath! Where is the picture archive?! I miss being able to choose my jigsaw by the picture!
31/Mar/07 12:13 AM
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What an intriguing tree. Looks like a giant dracaena (?)
31/Mar/07 12:17 AM
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5:09 Maen. Kind of looks like a stubby palm tree... must be related.
31/Mar/07 12:21 AM
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Xanthorrea priessii also known as Balga and Grass Tree. Not related to palms. Is a source of kino which was used in dying. Woodturners have used the wood to turn on lathes. To much like hard work as you might have to dig down a metre to get to the woody bit.
31/Mar/07 12:59 AM
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Good shot Anne but where is the black boy?!
31/Mar/07 1:06 AM
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This is very pretty. It reminds me of a tropical tree.
31/Mar/07 1:12 AM
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Black boy has been the common name for the bush until recently.
31/Mar/07 1:15 AM
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12:50 Hi to all.
31/Mar/07 1:48 AM
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9.33
31/Mar/07 1:51 AM
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They should call it the Rod Stewart plant ...
31/Mar/07 3:26 AM
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9:37; looks like a Joshua tree from the American south west.
31/Mar/07 4:15 AM
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Rainbow boy - Surely?
31/Mar/07 5:45 AM
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Good afternoon to all! That plant certainly needs a haircut (and probably a new name too!). Nice photo Anne.
31/Mar/07 6:26 AM
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KATE: The picture archive is under MORE.
31/Mar/07 8:30 AM
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Joshua tree was the first thing that came to mind for me too, really love them, but realized it was less prickly looking as the picture came into focus. Do they ever use these 'black boys' for house plants somehow? (Looks like something I would love to raise, but Wisconsin winters are for the birds....)
31/Mar/07 9:05 AM
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Maen all. Grass trees - as they are now known - are a member of the lily family. They have huge spikes of white flowers (you can just see one starting on the left) which the honeyeaters love. They mostly like sandy soil and are reputed to grow very slowly. 'Black boys' - due to fire blackened trunks.
31/Mar/07 9:54 AM
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I love their botanical name xanthorrea. Such a wonder sound for such a strange plant. There is a forest of them near my family holiday home in southern victoria. They whisper in the breeze.
31/Mar/07 10:35 AM
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Amazing! All of the above..
31/Mar/07 12:28 PM
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Black Boy -xanthorrea nice name nice looking plant.
31/Mar/07 12:48 PM
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No matter what name they given they are a wonder to find.
31/Mar/07 2:09 PM
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Maen! 14:06 A dismal time, but the excuse is that I was still daydreaming about being in a cockpit of a B-17, and I got distracted :)

An interesting plant/tree. These could be used for camouflage as well. How tall are they?
31/Mar/07 5:34 PM
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15.20
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