Clue 1


So scientific...




Clue 2


What are the proper species names?




Solution


When researched, the first letter of the scientific names of the flower varieties shown spell out 'Perth'




Clue 3


Papaver, Echinacea...




Clue 4


If you've found what's down under, you've got it!





Clue 1


Maple does not seem like a common name...




Clue 2


Scientific accuracy is imperative.




Solution


This message is signed from - Your friend Maple - In the background a sketch of a tree can be seen, captioned as Common Maple. With a little digging, you will find that the scientific names listed do not correspond to maple trees at all. Salix indicates Willow, and Achillea denotes Yarrow. The message is signed from 'Willow Yarrow'




Clue 3


What is the scientific name of the Common Maple?




Clue 4


Salix first, Achillea Last.




Clue 5


A tree and a flower, what a fine name.





Clue 1


Maple does not seem like a common name...




Clue 2


Scientific accuracy is imperative.




Solution


This message is signed from - Your friend Maple - In the background a sketch of a tree can be seen, captioned as Common Maple. With a little digging, you will find that the scientific names listed do not correspond to maple trees at all. Salix indicates Willow, and Achillea denotes Yarrow. The message is signed from 'Willow Yarrow'




Clue 3


What is the scientific name of the Common Maple?




Clue 4


Salix first, Achillea Last.




Clue 5


A tree and a flower, what a fine name.





Clue 1


Cold and hot, to the extreme.




Clue 2


Freezing temperatures add up nicely with boiling tea.




Solution


Take the numbers from the stamps (freezing and boiling in Celsius) and convert them to their corresponding numbers in Fahrenheit, then add together to find the year - '244'




Clue 3


An imperial conversion may be required.