Games for Gardeners

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Word Play (Rearrange the letters to form names of herbaceous perennial plants)

 (Hint: The name can be either the common or botanical name)

  1.                 P   U     L   N                                          

2.                 N  I  C  H  U  P  S  N O  I         W  R  O   L  F   

3.                C A  R  A  I  S  A  D  E  N  T  T

4.                 E  B  E      M  B  L  A

5.                 L  I  E  E  M  U  N  H      U  T  U  L  E  N  M  A  A


True or False

1. English Holly, Bachelor’s Buttons and Russian Olive are all invasive species in B.C.  
        True or False 

2. Lawns need as little as 3 cm of water a week or 1 hour of rainfall or sprinkling per week.
        True or False 

3. Fill a bird feeder with niger seed to attract Northern Flickers, Downy Woodpeckers and American Robins to your backyard.  
        True or False 
For more information, search this site for key word "niger".

4. Tossing apple cores onto grassy roadsides or in parks is okay since organics break down over short periods and feed wildlife.
        True or False 

5. A misshapen pear can be a clue that all of the necessary egg cells in the flower were not fertilized before it developed into a fruit and similarly, a squash flower that develops no squash can mean that an insect or insects did not pollinate it. 
        True or False 
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