UK Plants & Trees Trivia Questions & Answers

1.The Royal Oak is the tree in which?

2.The Fortingall Yew, one of the oldest trees in Britain is thought to be?

3.Wych, English and Smooth-Leaved are all types of?

4.Is a Sessile Oak deciduous? (does it lose its leaves seasonally)

5.If a plant is dioecious then?

6.The leaves and bark of which tree have been prescribed in ancient Egyptian writings as a cure for fever and aches?

7.In the last half of the 20th century, DED wiped out many elms in Europe and North America. What does DED stand for? [D---h --m d------]

8.Crataegus is more commonly known as?

9.I am about 35m tall when fully grown. I have leaves about 12 cm long and 7cm wide. I have a distinctive smell and acorn. My bark often has deep grooves. What am I?

10.Complete the names of these trees: -pp-- --h B---h B---k T---n E-m J--iper Map-- --ne W---ow

11.The Elderberry bush produces a berry that is?

12.What children's game is associated with the Horse Chestnut tree? [C------]

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