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What is the oldest known living tree?

Answer: BRISTLE CONE PINE

What is the most massive living thing in the world?

What is the most massive living thing in the world?

What vegetable is used in making gumbo?

What vegetable is used in making gumbo?

What fleshy fruit is know as a symbol of fertility?

What fleshy fruit is know as a symbol of fertility?

What red stalky vegetable is used in making pies?

What red stalky vegetable is used in making pies?

What is Chinese parsley also know as?

What is Chinese parsley also know as?

What is the main ingredeant in hummus?

What is the main ingredeant in hummus?

What is the carrabola better known as?

What is the carrabola better known as?

Along with rhubarb, what other stalk vegatable is a perennial?

Along with rhubarb, what other stalk vegatable is a perennial?

Who traveled throughout the Ohio Valley in the 18th century planting apple trees?

Who traveled throughout the Ohio Valley in the 18th century planting apple trees?

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  • Oldest living treeBristle Cone Pine (5,100 years)
  • World’s tallest tree California Redwood
  • World’s most massive treeGiant Sequoia
  • Largest hickory treePecan tree
  • Tree with many supporting roots and trunks Banyan tree
  • Banyan tree fruitFig
  • Black and English type treeWalnut
  • “Bald” Everglades treeCypress
  • Tree turpentine comes from Pine
  • Bowling pin wood Maple
  • Baseball bat woodAsh
  • “Quaking” treeAspen
  • Tree on Lebanon’s flag Cedar
  • Blue gum tree Eucalyptus
  • Canoe wood Birch
  • Silk cotton tree Kapok
  • Florida tree with stilt-like rootsMangrove
  • Kon Tiki raft material Balsa
  • Tree that the Bounty sought Breadfruit tree
  • An oak’s main root Tap root
  • Largest single family of succulents Cacti (Cactus)
  • Cactus fruitPrickly pear
  • Tallest cactus Saguaro
  • Hawaiian root crop Taro
  • Violet or blue dye plantIndigo
  • Red dye plantHenna
  • Linseed oil is from this plantFlax
  • Long moss of American southSpanish moss
  • Rope fiber plantHemp
  • Vine that grows 4 inches per dayKudzu
  • Fastest growing grass Bamboo
  • Russian thistle Tumbleweed
  • “Stinging” plantStinging nettles
  • Algae and fungus living as a single unitLichen
  • Digitalis sourceFoxglove
  • Rye and wheat hybridTriticale
  • Leaf openingsStomata
  • Evaporation of water from leaves Transpiration
  • Non-flowering plantGymnosperm
  • Flowering plantAngiosperm
  • Plant that lives for one yearAnnual
  • Plant that lives for two years Biennial
  • Plant that lives for many years Perennial
  • A plant’s male organStamen
  • Pollen producer at the end of the stamenAnther
  • A plant’s female organ Pistil
  • Trees that do not shed leaves Coniferous
  • Tree that sheds its leaves annually Deciduous
  • Term for how deciduous trees lose their leavesAbscission
  • A plant’s fertilized ovuleSeed
  • Plant that tolerates saltHalophyte

  • Cymbidium, the flower of ThailandOrchid
  • Japanese flowerChrysanthemum
  • King Alfred Narcissus type Daffodil
  • Madonna typeLily
  • Common name for the yellow daisyBlack-eyed Susan
  • Common name for HelianthusSunflower
  • Purple flower of Scotland Heather
  • Man in the Moon or Cape type Marigold
  • Sword lily type Gladiola
  • Traditional Mother’s Day flowerCarnation
  • Sacred flower of BuddhismLotus
  • Flower used in codeine and morphine Poppy
  • “Shasta” flowerDaisy
  • Tall flower grown for seedsSunflower
  • Vanilla-flavoring flowerOrchid
  • Crocus and gladiola familyIris
  • Carnation familyPink
  • Rochester New York festivalLilac Festival

  • Star fruitCarrabolla
  • Morello, marasca, maraschinoCherries
  • Winesap, Baldwin and Northern Spy Apples
  • Chutney relish fruit, “the peach of the tropics”Mango
  • Seedless grape Thompson’s
  • Cooking banana Plantain
  • Damson or greengage fruitPlum
  • Fruit used in peach Melba sauce Raspberry
  • Bigarade fruit Orange
  • Adriatic fruitFig
  • Tiny Chinese orange Kumquat
  • “Fuzzy” New Zealand fruitKiwi
  • Tropical fruit from which papain is obtainedPapaya
  • Tropical fruit with five-pound seedsMango
  • Tropical pumpkin-shaped melon Casaba
  • Pomelo relativeGrapefruit
  • Raspberry and blackberry hybridLoganberry
  • Tangerine and grapefruit hybrid Tangelo
  • Alligator pear Avocado
  • Lisbon fruit Lemon
  • Clingstone and freestone fruitPeach
  • Small golden fruitApricot
  • Yellow pear shaped fruitGuava
  • Fertility symbol Pomegranate
  • Fruit named for Moroccan city Tangerine
  • Fruit measured in handsBanana
  • Greening fruit Apple
  • Rose family fruit Quince
  • Linzer tort fruit Raspberry
  • Jelly grapeConcord
  • French “la prune” Plum
  • French “la raison” Grape
  • French currantRaisin
  • Chick peas a.k.a Garbanzo beans
  • Hubbard’s’ butternut or acorn vegetable Squash
  • Chinese cabbageBok Choy
  • Chinese fruit related to longan Litchi nut
  • “A la Florentine” vegetableSpinach
  • Yukon gold vegetablePotato
  • Heading vegetableBroccoli
  • Savoy or collard vegetableCabbage
  • Pascal vegetableCelery
  • Lens shaped vegetable, highest in proteinLentil
  • Yellow turnipRutabaga
  • European aborigineEggplant
  • Red-stalked vegetable Rhubarb
  • Vichyssoise vegetablesLeeks and potatoes
  • Gumbo vegetable Okra
  • Jerusalem vegetable Artichoke
  • White carrotParsnip
  • Chicken Divan vegetable Broccoli
  • Mexican potato Jicama
  • Miniature cabbage from BelgiumBrussels sprouts
  • Chicory vegetableRadish
  • Kentucky hybrid lettuce pioneerohn Bibb
  • Botanist who developed the spineless cactus Luther Burbank
  • Man who developed dozens of uses for peanutsGeorge Washington Carver
  • Man who planted apple trees throughout Ohio Valley Johnny Appleseed