Plants questions This is a list of recently added questions about plants. Play plants quiz and see all the questions. What tree is that?Norway spruce. The Norway spruce is native to Northern, Central and Eastern Europe. It has branchlets that typically hang downwards, and the largest cones of any spruce. It is one of the most widely planted spruces, both in and outside of its native range, used as an ornamental tree in parks and gardens. It is also widely planted for use as a Christmas tree.Created by: Ninjaihard 51% largeleaf lindenlargeleaf linden2Norway spruceNorway spruce43silver firsilver fir18Scots pineScots pine20trees riddles » What tree is that?Traveller's tree. Ravenala, commonly known as traveller's tree is a palm resembling tree native to Madagascar. At the top of the tree are banana-like leaves, with pale midribs that give a fanlike appearance. It is named so because the water it accumulates in its leaf bases can be used in emergencies for drinking. However, the water inside the plant is murky, black and smelly and should not be consumed without purification. Created by: Ninjaivery hard 35% traveller's treetraveller's tree7Mediterranean dwarf palmMediterranean dwarf palm6Cuban royal palmCuban royal palm6giant windowpane palmgiant windowpane palm1botany riddles » Which of the following trees is the largest by canopy coverage?Banyan fig. The giant banyans of India are the largest trees in the world by area of canopy coverage. The largest, known specimen is Thimmamma Marrimanu in India, which covers 19,107 m2. Banyans are considered sacred in India, and temples are often built beneath. Due to the large size of the tree's canopy it provides useful shade in hot climates.Created by: Ninjaihard 40% WollemiaWollemia7cannonball treecannonball tree9banyan figbanyan fig15MethuselahMethuselah6Asia riddles » What plant is that?Sweet pea is a flowering plant native to Sicily, Cyprus, southern Italy and the Aegean Islands. Sweet peas have been cultivated for their flower colour and intense unique fragrance since the 17th century. They are also grown by gardeners for private enjoyment or for exhibition, and in the floristry trade.Created by: Ninjaiaverage 66% lupinelupine300vetchvetch241sweet peasweet pea1532wild beanwild bean224flowers riddles » Which plants are used to clean up soil and water contaminated with hazardous chemicals?Sunflowers can be used to extract toxic ingredients from soil, such as lead, arsenic and uranium. They are also used to neutralize radionuclides and other toxic ingredients and harmful bacteria from water. They were used to remove radioactive isotopes after the Chernobyl disaster and the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster.Created by: Ninjaivery hard 35% sunflowerssunflowers733rosesroses86violasviolas514rapeseedsrapeseeds755curiosities riddles » Where do the succulent plants called living stones occur?In Africa. Lithops are native to southern Africa, mainly Namibia and South Africa. They avoid being eaten by blending in with surrounding rocks and are often known as pebble plants or living stones. The first scientific description of a Lithops was made by William John Burchell in 1811, who accidentally found a specimen when picking up from the ground a "curiously shaped pebble".Created by: Ninjaivery hard 35% in Asiain Asia26in North Americain North America33in Africain Africa80in Australiain Australia85botany riddles » What carnivorous plant is that? Venus flytrap. The Venus flytrap is endemic to North and South Carolina, U.S. It catches its prey with a trapping structure formed by the terminal portion of each of the plant's leaves, which is triggered by tiny hairs on their inner surfaces. When an insect or spider crawling along the leaves contacts a hair, the trap prepares to close, snapping shut only if another contact occurs within approximately twenty seconds of the first strike.Created by: Ninjaihard 40% common bladderwortcommon bladderwort1Attenborough's pitcher plantAttenborough's pitcher plant9Alice sundewAlice sundew66Venus flytrapVenus flytrap52botany riddles » In which country are watermelons grown in a specific cube shape?Japan. Watermelons in the shape of cubes have undeniable utility values - they are much better suited to a small refrigerator and are easier to transport. However, limiting their shape during growth causes that watermelons grow much smaller. That's why they cost about 3 times more than a regular watermelon and are sold mainly as a curiosity - for example for a gift.Created by: Marta Kurdzielaverage 64% JapanJapan848SpainSpain79EcuadorEcuador278Saudi ArabiaSaudi Arabia102Far East riddles » What fruit is that?Dragon fruit. A pitaya, pitahaya or dragon fruit is the fruit of several cactus species indigenous to the Americas. Pitaya flowers bloom overnight and usually wilt by the morning. Dragon fruit is used to flavor (and color) juices and alcoholic beverages, such as "Dragon's Blood Punch" and the "Dragotini". The flowers can be eaten or steeped as tea.Created by: Ninjaiaverage 66% prickly pearprickly pear181dragon fruitdragon fruit811lycheelychee175pomegranatepomegranate52cuisine riddles » What is the use of lily of the valley for?It is edible and used in the kitchen. Lily of the valley increases the strength of heart contraction and is used in the initial stages of heart failure. It is also very toxic at overdose. Death poisoning in children after eating a few berries or drinking water from a vase in which a lily of the valley bouquet was made was described. Created by: kwidzinskaangelikaaverage 65% You make alcohol out of it,You make alcohol out of it,2412It's just an ornamental plantIt's just an ornamental plant1334It is edible and used in the kitchenIt is edible and used in the kitchen8445As a heart medicineAs a heart medicine776biology riddles » Play plants quiz and see all the questions.