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Bing Garden Quiz
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Bing Garden Quiz


  1. For how long can seeds remain dormant? Months, a few days, years or one season?
  2. How can you tell the age of a tree?
  3. How long does it take to produce asparagus the first time you plant it?
  4. How many fountain-type statuaries are there in the Versailles gardens? 4, 40, or 11?
  5. I am a woody stemmed plant, usually branched near the base and lacking a single trunk….what am I?
  6. In the summer how many trees line the Orangerie at Versailles? 476, 1,055 or 835?
  7. In what season should you plant daffodil bulbs?
  8. Often called England’s greatest gardener, what is Capability Brown’s given first name?
  9. On which continent did broccoli originate?
  10. Roughly, how many varieties of avocado are there? 5, 50, 500 or 5,000?
  11. Soil can be acidic, alkaline or what?
  12. The cactus family is native to which two continents?
  13. The love apple is the original name for what?
  14. The spice, saffron, comes from which flower?
  15. True or false? Chelsea is Britain’s largest flower show.
  16. What color is the very beautiful John F. Kennedy Rose?
  17. What colour is ‘Kaleidoscope’?
  18. What does the daisy represent?
  19. What does the word ‘bonsai’ mean?
  20. What fruit hit, or more likely fell, near Isaac Newton and helped him develop the law of gravity?
  21. What herb beginning with ‘A’ has soothing properties?
  22. What herb with small, purple flowers is also named veronica?
  23. What is another more common name for an Alligator Pear?
  24. What is the art of cutting shrubs into ornamental shapes called?
  25. What is the definition of a deciduous tree?
  26. What type of goldfish are often found in decorative garden ponds?
  27. What vitamin is most prevalent in a lime?
  28. What would a bunch of pink carnations signify?
  29. Where is the biggest tree in the world, giant sequoia, found?
  30. Which country has the most native cactus species?
  31. Which flower represents faithfulness and modesty?
  32. Which flower symbolizes beauty?
  33. Which garden in the Cotswolds is notable for its miles of sculptured hedges?
  34. Which garden plant in the 17th century was exchanged as a form of currency?
  35. Which grain is used to make semolina?
  36. Which kings lived at Kew Palace at Kew Gardens?
  37. Which of these is NOT a winter crop? Cabbage, leek, parsnip or tomato?
  38. Which plant takes its name from the Italian phrase for beautiful women?
  39. Which plant, widespread in Britain, if touched causes a serious chemical reaction which makes skin hypersensitive to ultraviolet light?
  40. Which of these is not a winter crop? Cabbage, Leek, Parsnip, Tomato?


  1. Years
  2. Tomato
  3. Two to Three Years
  4. 11
  5. Shrub
  6. 1,055 But they aren’t all orange trees. There are also pomegranate and palm trees too
  7. In the fall, from September to November
  8. Lancelot
  9. Europe
  10. 500
  11. Neutral
  12. North and South America
  13. Tomato
  14. Crocus
  15. True
  16. White
  17. Tan-mauve
  18. Innocence
  19. Planted in a Tray
  20. Apple
  21. Aloe Vera
  22. Speedwell
  23. Avocado
  24. Topiary
  25. These are trees like oaks that shed their leaves every autumn.
  26. Koi
  27. Vitamin C
  28. I’ll never forget you
  29. California, USA
  30. Mexico
  31. Violet
  32. Rose
  33. Hidcote
  34. Tulips in the Netherlands
  35. Wheat
  36. George II and George III
  37. Tomato
  38. Belladona
  39. Giant hogweed
  40. Tomato


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