Flowers MCQ Questions and Answers Quiz

151. The Ikenbo floral design style was developed in what country?

  1. America
  2. Japan
  3. China
  4. Holland

152. The international wholesale market for cut flowers and foliage is located in .................................

  1. America
  2. Holland
  3. Canada
  4. Peru

153. The Italian artist Michelangelo greatly influenced the artistic transition from the classical...............style to the lavish mood of the....................period. This style of design became most highly developed by the painters of Holland and Belgium, who use floral arrangements placed to complement the settings for their paintings.

  1. Byzantine, Roman
  2. Egyptian, Greek
  3. Renaissance, Baroque
  4. None of the above

154. The larger the gauge floral wire indicates that the thickness is:

  1. thicker
  2. thinner

155. The least common shapes used in florists designs include circular, triangular, radiating, crescent, horizontal, and hogarthian curve.

  1. True Statement
  2. False Statement

156. The major colors of African Violet include:

  1. White, yellow, blue, red and purple
  2. Purple, orange, red, white and mint
  3. Red, purple, blue, pink and white
  4. none of the above

157. The male part of the flower is the pistil

  1. True Statement
  2. False Statement

158. The minimum optimum temperature for poinsettia growth is:

  1. 72 degrees F
  2. 54 degrees F
  3. 68 degrees F
  4. 60 degrees F

159. The most important cut flower crops in the US are:

  1. mums
  2. carnations
  3. rose
  4. all the above

160. The most widely used method of asexual propagation in the floriculture industry is stem cutting?

  1. True Statement
  2. False Statement
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