Summer Flowers Quiz

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Will You Take the Challenge?

Are you a gardener? Do you enjoy flowers? How well do you know your summer flowers? This quiz uses pictures of ten flowers to help you identify them. There is a question about each flower.

Take a minute to look at the pictures below. Click on the thumbnail to enlarge the picture. They are in numerical order to correspond with the question about each. You can go back and look at the photos as you answer the questions.

Each of these flowers is growing in my certified habitat in Louisiana. Most attract wildlife like hummingbirds, butterflies, birds and other pollinators to the garden. We try to grow multipurpose plants that will add to the sustainable landscape.

I hope you enjoy this little quiz. Good Luck and may the force be with you.


Summer Flower Identification Quiz

Pictures of Flowers for the Quiz

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Flower #1 with hoover fly.Flower #2Flower #3 Flower #4  with spicebush swallowtail butterfly.Flower #5  with spotted sphinx moth.Flower #6  with Swallowtail Butterfly.Flower #7  with painted lady butterfly.Flower #8Flower #9Flower #10
Flower #1 with hoover fly.
Flower #1 with hoover fly. | Source
Flower #2
Flower #2 | Source
Flower #3
Flower #3 | Source
Flower #4  with spicebush swallowtail butterfly.
Flower #4 with spicebush swallowtail butterfly. | Source
Flower #5  with spotted sphinx moth.
Flower #5 with spotted sphinx moth. | Source
Flower #6  with Swallowtail Butterfly.
Flower #6 with Swallowtail Butterfly. | Source
Flower #7  with painted lady butterfly.
Flower #7 with painted lady butterfly. | Source
Flower #8
Flower #8 | Source
Flower #9
Flower #9 | Source
Flower #10
Flower #10 | Source

If You Didn't Do So Well...

You might want to visit some of the gardening hubs here on hubpages. I've written many that give you information about growing most of the flowers in the quiz. They are illustrated with many photographs of the flowering plants that grow here in south Louisiana. Most will grow well in other parts of the country, as well.

On the right is a list of links to a few of the hubs about flowers, as well as some other pages that might be helpful.

Below, you will find good books about planting for wildlife and about how to create your own backyard wildlife habitat.

Spotted Horsemint, Monarda punctata, a native plant and a favorite of butterflies.
Spotted Horsemint, Monarda punctata, a native plant and a favorite of butterflies. | Source

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Please leave a comment or tell us how you did. 6 comments

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Peggy W 5 years ago from Houston, Texas

Not too bad...I scored 80%. This was a fun summer flower quiz. Thanks!


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JimmieWriter 5 years ago from Memphis, TN USA

60%. I'm not too much of a flower person. Maybe a photo identification would have been easier? I'm not sure at all.


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NotTooTall 5 years ago from The Land of Pleasant Living

Hi naturegirl7,

Arrg! I missed the Ginger, 90%, darn it! The Ginger around here looks similar to Nasturtuim.

That was fun ~ thanks!

N T T


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naturegirl7 5 years ago from South Louisiana Author

Ladies,

Thanks. I'm glad you enjoyed the quiz. Jimmie, you have given me an idea for another plant identification quiz, using the photographs in a different way... hmmm, the wheels are turning figuring out how to put it into action. ;)


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Simone Smith 5 years ago from San Francisco

I am TERRIBLE!!! I hardly know any flower names... but I still really enjoyed the quiz and the gorgeous photos. Great Hub!


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grandmapearl 4 years ago from Southern Tier New York State

This was a lot of fun! I scored 90% --missed the #9 flower. Voted Up, Beautiful and Interesting and shared.

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