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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?
Tuber
Bulb
Root
Rhizome

Question 2:


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

Question 3:


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

Question 4:


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

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.
Vitamins A and C
Iron and magnesium
Lycopene and tannin
All of these

Question 6:


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

Question 7:


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

Question 8:


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

Question 9:


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

Question 10:


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

 


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