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Exotic Beauty

There are many colorful and lovely exotic flowers in the world. I thought about making a flower quiz. Let’s see how this one goes. I have included the photos of the flowers and in the descriptions, I have left out the places these flowers have originated from. You have to choose the right answer. 

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    The Dutch Amaryllis is an indoor exotic plant that flowers. It comes in colors such as pink, red, orange, and white.

    • Europe/Asia
    • southern Africa/the U.S.
    • Asia/the Caribbean
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    The Spotted Knapweed is a flowering plant that has become destructive to the farmlands of western U.S. It is known to have pink to purple flowers. It is native to

    • The Caribbean
    • Australia
    • Europe/Asia
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    The Seaside Mahoe is a flowering shrub that can grow in a wide range of habitat. It is used as an ornamental plant in gardens.

    • India
    • Japan
    • Thailand
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    The Anthurium is an exotic species that flowers. It is known for its distinct spadix flower with a bright red spathe. These plants grow on other plants to obtain nutrients and moisture. The plant is also called the Flamingo flower.

    • Brazil/Peru
    • Columbia
    • Mexico/Argentina
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    The Pale Alyssum has a common name Pale Madwort. It is known for having yellow-white stellate exotic flower and can grow up to 40 centimeters tall. The plant has been introduced to North America.

    • Asia/Europe
    • South America
    • Canada
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    The Amaranth or Redroot Pigween is a herbaceous plant. Known by its magenta-colored catkin flowers that bloom in summer and autumn. It has egg-shaped leaves and hairy stems and branches. It is widespread through temperate regions in northern and southern hemispheres but is endemic to the regions of central, eastern, and northern

    • Canada
    • America
    • Africa
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    Fiddlenecks are annual broadleaf plants that thrive in various habitats like grasslands, vineyards, and roadsides. These can be toxic to livestock. The flower heads are curled like necks of fiddles and it has yellow funnel-like exotic flowers. It is indigenous to the U.S. state of

    • Arizona
    • Nevada
    • California
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    The Lily of the Valley is a perennial herbaceous plant. It is highly invasive to regions in North America. Known for having six white bracts sometimes pink and bell-shaped. They have a sweet scent blossoming in late spring. They are endemic to most regions in Europe but also occur in some Asian countries like

    • Japan
    • China
    • Taiwan
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    Garden asparagus is an exotic flowering plant that has been around for over 2000 years. It has bell-shaped flowers ranging from yellow to greenish. It is an edible shoot. The plant has been introduced to North America and parts of Australia. Indigenous to the coasts of

    • Europe
    • Australia
    • Europe/East Asia
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    The Calla Lily is a flowering plant the lives in relatively cold temperatures in wet areas such as riverbanks or ponds. It has yellow, central flowers and some species have purple or orange bracts. It is native to

    • southern Africa
    • Asia
    • New Zealand

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