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English Garden Scabious Jigsaw


Welcome to the scabiosa (commonly called scabious) flower jigsaw. The pieces will 'click' into place when you've got them in the right spot.

If you find the jigsaw isn't difficult enough, you can change the skill level by clicking on 'change cut'. You can then choose the number of pieces to the puzzle, and also the shape of the pieces. Or do it again, trying to decrease the amount of time it takes you to complete the puzzle.

Hint: the rectangular outline is larger than the actual puzzle.






Scabiosa is a native English flower that blooms all summer. They're usually blue or pink. They make great cut flowers and also dry well for dried flower arrangements. Click on the 'Related Link' below to learn more about them.

If you have enjoyed this puzzle, try another one at English Garden jigsaw.

There are also more jigsaws and word games to be found at "Just for Fun!"

You'll also find at "Just for Fun!" free online English Garden postcards that you create yourself - you'll have a choice of photos of typical English garden flowers. The postcards are very easy to make and you can send them to friends and family with your personal message.

You can find more information on English Garden flowers by reading my articles on the topic by clicking on Perennial Flowers

Playing games is good exercise for your mind when you can't (for whatever reason) work in your garden. So take some time out and play a game - enjoy!
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