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  • 1. 

    Who designed Central Park?

    • A.

      Frank Lloyd Wright

    • B.

      Kohn Peterson Fox

    • C.

      Fredrick Law Olmstead

    • D.

      Robert Wagner

    Correct Answer
    C. Fredrick Law Olmstead
    Explanation
    Fredrick Law Olmstead is the correct answer because he is widely recognized as the designer of Central Park in New York City. Olmstead, along with his partner Calvert Vaux, won a design competition for the park in 1858 and their plan was implemented. Olmstead is known for his landscape architecture and his design of Central Park is considered a masterpiece, incorporating natural elements and creating a space for recreation and relaxation in the heart of the city.

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  • 2. 

    When we are looking to increase the value of our house the best means but most expensive means is by adding a __________.

    Correct Answer
    pool
    Explanation
    Adding a pool to a house is considered the best means of increasing its value, although it can be an expensive investment. Pools are often seen as desirable features by potential buyers, as they provide a source of entertainment, relaxation, and exercise. Additionally, a well-maintained pool can enhance the overall aesthetics of the property and create a luxurious atmosphere. Therefore, adding a pool to a house can significantly boost its market value.

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  • 3. 

    Which is not a type of grass

    • A.

      Fescue

    • B.

      Virginia Wild

    • C.

      Kentucky Blue Grass

    • D.

      Bermuda

    Correct Answer
    B. Virginia Wild
    Explanation
    Virginia Wild is not a type of grass. Fescue, Kentucky Blue Grass, and Bermuda are all well-known types of grass commonly used in lawns and landscapes. However, Virginia Wild is not a recognized type of grass and is therefore not a correct answer.

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  • 4. 

    Natural stone has become very popular in the landscape of homes.  Where might we see it?  Click all that apply

    • A.

      Outdoor Kitchens

    • B.

      Pools and Water features

    • C.

      Gardens

    • D.

      Roofs

    • E.

      Entries

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Outdoor Kitchens
    B. Pools and Water features
    C. Gardens
    D. Roofs
    E. Entries
    Explanation
    Natural stone has become popular in the landscape of homes and can be seen in various areas. Outdoor kitchens are a common place to find natural stone, as it provides a durable and aesthetically pleasing surface for countertops and flooring. Pools and water features often incorporate natural stone for their surrounding areas or as decorative elements. Gardens may feature natural stone pathways or borders to enhance the overall design. Roofs can also be made with natural stone tiles for a unique and durable roofing material. Entries to homes may have natural stone steps or walkways for a grand entrance.

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  • 5. 

    How many different types of flowers can you name? 

    Correct Answer(s)
    Types Of Flowers A Acacia Ageratum Amarylis Anemone Annual Anthurium Arbutus Artichoke Asparagus Aster B Baby's-breath Bachelor's-button Belladonna Bindweed Blazing star Bougainvillea Broom Buckwheat Bugbane Bulb C Calla Candytuft Canna Canterbury bell Caper Carnation Carnivorous plants Cashew Catkin Chrysanthemum Coreopsis Cowslip Crocus Cumin Cyclamen D Daffodil Dahlia Daisy Dandelion Day Lily or Hemerocallis E Easter lily Eucalyptus Everlasting F Fennel Flax Flowering maple Forget-Me-Not Forsythia Foxglove G Gardenia Gentian Geranium Ginger Ginseng Gladiolus Goldenrod H Heath Heliotrope Hollyhock Honeysuckle Hyacinth Hydrangea I Iris J Jack-in-the-pulpit Jasmine Jonquil L Lady's-slipper Larkspur Lavender Licorice Lilac Lily Lily Of The Valley Lime Loosestrife Lotus M Mignonette Mint Mistletoe Moonflower Morning Glory Mullein Mustard Myrtle N Narcissus O Oleander Orchid Oxalis P Poinsettia Poppy Protea Pussy willow Passionflower Peony Periwinkle Petunia Phlox Pink Pitcher plant Plantain Q Queen Anne's Lace R Rhododendron Rose Rose of Sharon S Safflower Saint-John's-wort Snakeroot Snapdragon Snowball Sorrel Spiraea Spring-beauty Star-of-Bethlehem Static electricity Strawflowers Sunflower Sweet Pea T Thistle Trillium Tuberose Tulip V Verbena Viburnum Violet W Water Lily Wild carrot Wistaria Y Yucca Z Zinnia
    Explanation
    The correct answer is the list of flowers provided in the question. The list includes various types of flowers, categorized alphabetically from A to Z. Each letter represents a different category of flowers, and within each category, multiple types of flowers are listed. This comprehensive list covers a wide range of flowers, allowing for a diverse selection of names to be mentioned.

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  • 6. 

    Identify the grass

    Correct Answer(s)
    Fescue
  • 7. 

    Identify the flower

    • A.

      Rose

    • B.

      Tulip

    • C.

      Geranium

    • D.

      Rotadendrum

    Correct Answer
    B. Tulip
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Tulip because it is one of the options provided and it is a type of flower.

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  • 8. 

    Briefly describe what you have learned by viewing this courseware?  Write 3 paragraphs in english size 12 font normal margins you know the routine.  Check your spelling!

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