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Lucky Clover Leaves Puzzle Details:

About: Lots and lots of oxalis tetraphylla leaves ( a bulbous plant native to Mexico) in today's challenging jigsaw. It has leaves divided into four and has been called "lucky leaf" and even "four-leaf clover", but it is not a true clover. It is commonly used as an ornamental plant. It is also edible, the flowers and leaves having a sharp lemon flavor. So what are you waiting four click start and put those lucky clover leaves back together as fast as you can. Have fun!
Puzzle Of The Day On: 14/Sep/2017

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Very Easy Puzzle Time Stats

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00 : 15
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00 : 39

Easy Puzzle Time Stats

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01 : 23
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04 : 38

Normal Puzzle Time Stats

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03 : 10
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22 : 04

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04 : 40
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41 : 54

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08 : 03
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1 : 33 : 17

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14 : 38
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