By clue 1, the five photos sold by the Greenlake Gardens gift shop on
Saturday sold for $300 to $800, with no two selling for the same amount
(introduction). By clue 7, Wendy's photo cost twice as much as Long's,
which sold for $100 less than Poppies. By clue 2, Tulips
cost twice as much as Zimmer's picture. So, either all five photos are
named between the two clues, or there is some commonality. Trying the
latter case, if Tulips were Wendy's photo, then Long's and Zimmer's
would have cost the same amount, contradicting the introduction. If
Tulips were Long's picture, given that Zimmer's sold for at least
$300 (1), by clues 2 and 7, Wendy's photo would have cost at least
$1,200no (1). So, Tulips is the fourth picture to the three
named in clue 7. If Zimmer's photograph in clue 2 were Wendy's in clue 7,
given that Long's sold for at least $300 (1), Tulips would have cost
at least $1,200no (1). If Zimmer's photo were Poppies, by clues
2 and 7, Long's photo would have sold for the $300 minimum; any other amount
would make Tulips sell for more than $800, conflicting with clue 1.
So, if Zimmer had snapped Poppies, Long's photo would have sold for
$300, Zimmer's for $400, Wendy's for $600 (7), and Tulips for $800
(2). By clue 4, Branson's photo sold for $300 more than Lilies,
which isn't the picture taken by Long. Lilies wouldn't be Wendy's
photo, or Branson's would have sold for $900; so Lilies would be
the fifth to the four in clues 2 and 7, which would include Branson's.
Branson isn't Wendy, or Lilies would have sold for $300 (4) and be
Long's picture, since Long's would have sold for $300 and no two photos
cost the same amount; but Lilies isn't Long's photo (4). Branson's
Tulips would have sold for $800, and Lilies would have cost
its buyer $500 (4). However, there is now no way for clue 5Mount's photo
costing $100 more than Rosesto work. Therefore, Zimmer isn't the
Poppies photographer; and all five flower photographs are named
between clues 2 and 7: Wendy's, Long's, Poppies, Tulips, and
Zimmer's. If Tulips had cost the most, $800 (1), and Zimmer's cost
$400 (2), then Long's would have cost the least, $300 (1), and Poppies
would also have sold for $400 (7), a contradiction with the intro. So,
Wendy's picture cost the most, $800; Long's sold for $400; and Poppies
netted $500. Zimmer's photo then cost the $300 (1), and Tulips went
for $600 (2). By clue 4, Branson must be the Tulips photographer,
and Zimmer shot Lilies. By clue 5, Mount took Poppies, and
Long snapped Roses. By elimination, Wendy Cooper photographed
Daffodils. By clue 6, John's picture cost $200 more than Grace's
did. Since Grace didn't photograph Roses (5), John must be Mount;
and Grace took Lilies. By clue 3, Shelley is Long and Peter Branson.
In sum, the five Greenlake Gardens gift shop original photos sold for
 Wendy Cooper's Daffodils, $800
 Peter Branson's Tulips, $600
 John Mount's Poppies, $500
 Shelley Long's Roses, $400
 Grace Zimmer's Lilies, $300


