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Flowers

written by: pantera182
 
Enter the magical world of flowers. Here are 10 questions about some of the most popular flowers on the planet.

Question 1:


What type of structure do tulips grow out from?
Rhizome
Tuber
Root
Bulb

Question 2:


What does the name of the iris flower literally mean in Greek?
Sky
Flower
Rainbow
Eye

Question 3:


Narcissus plants, commonly called daffodils, contain the toxin lycorine in which structure?
Blossom
All of these
Stamen
Bulb and leaves

Question 4:


What does the poppy flower symbolize in many cultures as well as in art?
Sleep
Death
Oblivion
All of these

Question 5:


Viola plants, commonly referred to as violets, pansies or heartsease, are used as food and in medicine because they are rich in these nutrients.
All of these
Lycopene and tannin
Iron and magnesium
Vitamins A and C

Question 6:


The carnation is the national flower of this European country.
Scotland
France
Spain
Germany

Question 7:


To which continent are common daisies native?
North America
Europe
Asia
All of these

Question 8:


According to Greek mythology, Zeus saved one of Asclepius' students from his wrath by turning him into this flower.
Peony
Forget-me-not
Dahlia
Rose

Question 9:


The Lilium plants, commonly known as lilies, are extremely toxic to this animal.
Dog
Sheep
All of these
Cat

Question 10:


What medicinal properties do Calendula plants, commonly known as pot marigold, possess?
Laxative
All of these
Anti-inflammatory
Aphrodisiac

 


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