Flower Picture Quiz With Answers – Part 2

Can you identify flowers from the picture in just one glimpse? Flowers can be seen everywhere and are available in various species, sizes, colors, and shapes.

It plays a symbolic role in expressing love, mourning, or festival. Therefore, we have added them to major events such as weddings, funerals, and parties.

If you have a good sense of flowers, this flower trivia quiz will help improve your understanding of unique flowers. Check out the following flower picture quiz to test your knowledge about these unique flowers.

If you fail to respond to these quizzes, don’t worry—we’ve added answers to enhance your understanding of the Flowers. Even if you don’t know the answer, it’s fun to take a guess and possibly learn something new.

But few people can differentiate one type of flower from another. So think you’re a guru of flowers and blossoms? Take our quiz to find out!

Flower Picture Quiz With Answers

  • Question of

    They are small, dainty, onion-like plants that grow in clumps reaching about 10 inches in height.

    • Chives
    • California poppy
    • Bachelor’s Button
    • Balloon Flower
  • Question of

    This smaller ornamental onion offers sky-blue blooms in a 1-inch-wide, ball-like flower cluster.

    • Blue Allium
    • Bluemink
    • Lucile’s glory-of-the-snow
    • Silver ragwort
  • Question of

    It has large pseudobulbs (bulblike stems), somewhat succulent leaves, and 1–30 large brightly colored flowers.

    • Cattleya
    • Carnation
    • Silver ragwort
    • Yarrow
  • Question of

    It is a taller biennial herb with strong-smelling, hairy, heart-shaped leaves. Its white flowers and leaflike bracts below them are pinkish or violet-flushed.

    • Clary sage
    • Dahlia
    • Begonia
    • Pot marigold
  • Question of

    They are unique for their five-petaled flowers with long, backward-extending spurs as pouchlike branches of the petals containing nectar.

    • Columbine
    • Louis de Funès
    • Alain Delon
    • Jean Renault
  • Question of

    It has slender, yellow-orange stems covering infected plants in a spreading, tangled, spaghetti-like mass.

    • Dodder
    • Armeria
    • Mountain alissum
    • Cornflower
  • Question of

    It has large pink or white flowers with five petals and many stamens with a faint sweet smell.

    • Dahlia
    • Begonia
    • Gladiolus
    • Primrose
  • Question of

    It is a tree with a tall, thick trunk and a roughly oval-shaped crown. It seems to be and is most likely a broad-leafed deciduous tree, but this cannot be confirmed.

    • Hibiscus
    • Peony
    • Damask rose
    • Abutilon
  • Question of

    It has white to pink and resembles a pair of pantaloons hanging upside down.

    • Astilbe
    • Kanna
    • Ixora
    • Acacia
  • Question of

    It has 2 to 10 yellow flower heads in a dense cluster, and, below these flower heads, 6 to 9 lance-shaped, woolly, white leaves are arranged in the form of a star.

    • Canna
    • Cadupul
    • Kalla
    • Aconite
  • Question of

    It is a medium-sized, dense, spiny deciduous shrub with aromatic leaves, smelling of apples.

    • Mimosa
    • Cymbidium
    • Buttercup stinging
    • Zinnia
  • Question of

    It is a creamy white color and grows in clusters. These clusters are large and flat (umbel shaped), and each cluster comprises many tiny flowers.

    • anemone
    • Primrose
    • Canterbury bells
    • Common poppy
  • Question of

    It is a biennial or annual that grows on erect single to sometimes branching stems rising to 3′ tall.

    • Eustoma grandiflorum
    • Cardinal flower
    • Silver ragwort
    • Lucile’s glory-of-the-snow
  • Question of

    It is a flavorful culinary herb and medicinal plant. Fennel plants are green and white, with feathery leaves and yellow flowers.

    • Fennel
    • Snow-in-summer
    • Platycodon grandiflorus
    • Black-eyed Susan
  • Question of

    A deciduous shrub bearing round headed flower clusters opening green and aging to pink or blue.

    • Hortensia
    • Madagascar Periwinkle
    • Bulbous buttercup
    • Mexican creeper
  • Question of

    It produce alternating, ovate to oblong leaves toward the lower part of the stem, which is capped by a tall one-sided cluster of somewhat pendulous bell-shaped flowers, each of which may be up to 6.5 cm (2.5 inches) long.

    • Foxglove
    • Fennel
    • Dutchman’s breeches
    • Linum perenne
  • Question of

    Each stem has a single large bloom. Cushion and Daisy type mums are also available as standards. These larger mums are known for their bold colors, hefty size and long vase lives.

    • Fuji Mums
    • Sea thrift
    • Common rue
    • Dame’s Rocket
  • Question of

    It look great in cottage garden style or informal plantings. It have a relaxed habit with small starry flowers in white or pink, appearing from early summer right through to autumn.

    • Gaura
    • Clary
    • Sweet pea
    • Pot marigold
  • Question of

    It is a ground cover that produces slender long lobed silvery-green leaves.

    • Gazania
    • Cardinal flower
    • Bluemink
    • Platycodon grandiflorus
  • Question of

    It is low-growing perennial herb from South Africa. a tough, low-growing perennial herb that grow to an average height of 30 cm. T

    • Allium
    • African Daisy
    • Agapanthus
    • Ageratum
  • Question of

    It characterized by white or pink bell-shaped flowers in loose terminal clusters and by many-seeded fleshy red or orange berries with a distinctive irregular surface.

    • Arbutus
    • Allium
    • Alstroemeria
    • Alyssum
  • Question of

    It grows one to three feet tall with innumerable fluffy but trim round flowers held above the rather sparse, long and narrow gray-green leaves.

    • Bachelor’s Button
    • Amaranthus
    • Amaryllis
    • Anemone
  • Question of

    They are clump-forming plants that rarely exceed 0.8 metres (2.5 feet) in height. The inflated flower buds open to form flaring bell-shaped flowers with five lobes.

    • Balloon Flower
    • Anise Hyssop
    • Armeria Maritima
    • Aster
  • Question of

    They have dense flower spikes, or candles. The flowers are in spikes or inflorescences and may be spherical or globular to cylindrical.

    • Banksia
    • Azalea
    • Baby’s Breath
    • Balloon Flower
  • Question of

    It has a stalk 30 to 40 cm long. Its compound leaves are divided into deeply cut oval leaflets. Its small white flowers are borne in an elongated terminal cluster.

    • Baneberry
    • Ballota
    • Bee Balm
    • Begonia

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