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40 squares puzzle of Ornithogalum flower.

"Ornithogalum Puzzle" is a free online puzzle game with a white Ornithogalum umbellatum flower. A wild bushy flower with white-yellow pointy corolla and 5 petals. The game will run in most web browsers on average desktop computers, laptops and tablets. This is an exciting way to learn about the Ornithogalum flower. Flash mosaic puzzle.


Ornithogalum Picture

How to play Ornithogalum Puzzle

Click on a square to rotate it, until it fits its position in the puzzle picture.
Winning the game online rewards +1 Knowledge Level on planeta42.com website.
Here are a gameplay movies on YouTube.

Ornithogalum Screenshot

Application Content:

Ornithogalum umbellatum, grass lily, nap-at-noon, or eleven-o'clock lady, is a perennial bulbous flowering plant, native throughout most of southern and central Europe, north-western Africa and south-western Asia. They requires considerable moisture during winter and spring, but can tolerate summer drought.

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