A helper, Eloise, had an eclectic little shop from which she frequently provided small items, such as sewing supplies, to the tunnels. Catherine sometimes went to pick them up on her way home and would deliver them when she went Below. She was in the shop the day after TV coverage of a big court victory, and Eloise gave her a rosemary plant to congratulate her.
In spite of having no idea what her dubious cooking skills would do with fresh rosemary, Catherine feigned her appreciation so well that during that spring and summer, Eloise started sending pots of various herbs whenever she caught wind of a reason for celebration. Each new plant was delivered to Catherine by a different tunnel child until Catherine had a new plant next to every window and two on the balcony – one in a pot on the balcony’s apartment wall and one on the balcony’s table. Although she was stressing about them, she was determined to keep them alive to share with William.
Using the information provided, determine which plant each child (Kipper, Geoffrey, Samantha, Zach, or Ellie) delivered to Catherine for which occasion (Vincent and Catherine’s Anniversary, Catherine’s birthday, Easter, the summer solstice, or one with a note that said, “Just because I like you”), and the location (bedroom, kitchen, dining room or the balcony) where each plant was kept.
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