Using the five Beatles (I'm including Pete Best, the drummer before Ringo) first names - name their spanish equivalent: Next: Recorded by one of the Beatles in the early years of the group - there was a song recorded in Spanish. Name the Beatle and the song recorded. Before Scott jumps on me about this relating to crotons - here is the connection. First person who answers all correctly (7 answers) wins a prize: a small air layered "Grandma" cultivar. I will deliver it to you at the Croton Tour, you can make arrangements to have it picked up at the Croton Tour tomorrow by someone else or you will have to visit Moose Land to pick it up. Peyton (Crotonologist) Aaron (Bags) & Sergey - sorry but this may exclude you guys from the prize due to the distance issues. Besides, Peyton aleady had cuttings of "Grandma" sent to him which I believe are doing well. Plus Peyton is the master at finding information using the internet, he could research this and provide answers promptly. Curious how long it will be before we find a winner? I will be the judging and declare who the winner is. This may be a little trickier than you think unless you are a die hard Beatles fan - like the Moose!