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Roses - Florists sell millions of roses every year and the top selling color is red!Which of these flowers is the favorite of over 80 percent of Americans?

       a. Daffodils
       b. Roses
       c. Carnations
       d. Dandelions

Tulips - Did you know that in the 1600s a single tulip sold for more than $2000!Which of these flowers can be used instead of onions in cooking?

       a. Roses
       b. Tulips
       c. Iris
       d. Lilies

Daisy - The daisy was named day's eye because the bright, sunny yellow center of the flower resembled the sun! Over time, day's eye became daisy!Which flower's name means "day's eye"?

       a. Lilac
       b. Dandelion
       c. Daisy
       d. Sunflower

Crocus - Saffron comes from a crocus. Crocuses are part of the Iris family and they are frequently one of the first flowers of the year to bloom!Saffron, the spice, comes from a type of which flower?

       a. Crocus
       b. Magnolia
       c. Gardenia
       d. Iris

Orchids - Orchids can get all of the nutrients they need from the air, many varieties do not need to be planted in soil.Which of these flowers does not need soil to grow?

       a. Lavender
       b. Lilies
       c. Orchids
       d. Tulip

Poppy - The wicked witch poisoned Poppies to put Dorothy and her friends to sleep so they wouldn't reach the Emerald City!Which flower was poisoned by the Wicked Witch in the Wizard of Oz?

       a. Iris
       b. Sunflower
       c. Poppy
       d. Rose

Pierre Magnol - He was a botanist in the 1600s, this just shows how far back flowers go! Magnolia remains and fossils have been found from 120 million years ago!Magnolias were named after which botanist?

       a. Pierre Nolia
       b. Peter Mangolian
       c. Pierre Magnol
       d. Charles Darwin

400-500 - 400-500 different species! While many are actually violet colored, there are also blue, yellow, and white varieties!How many species of violets are there?

       a. 3
       b. 400-500
       c. 1000s
       d. 1

Bluebell Flower - The juices from bluebell flowers are also being used in tests to combat HIV!Which flower's juices were previously used to make glue?

       a. Buttercup
       b. Morning Glory
       c. Bluebell Flower
       d. Rose

Bird of Paradise - This plant is native to South Africa, but they can be grown in the warmer U.S. states such as California and Florida.Which of these plants is related to a banana plant?

       a. Bird of Paradise
       b. Roses
       c. Sunflowers
       d. Gardenia

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