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ABS 360 Module 1 Topic 2

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  •   Question 1

2 out of 2 points

   
 

One way to prevent transplant shock when planting bedding plants is to remove the plant from the container and lay it on the ground, dig the hole and then plant.

     

Selected Answer:

 

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True

 

False

     
  •   Question 2

2 out of 2 points

   
 

Which of the following is an example of a Arizona native plant that can be planted as a wildflower for spring color in the Phoenix area?

     

Selected Answer:

 

 

Answers:

 

California poppy

 

Chuparosa

 

Petunia

 

Brittlebush

     
  •   Question 3

2 out of 2 points

   
 

When planting bulbs....

     

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lay newspaper over the top of the planting hole to keep the soil evenly moist.

 

dig a hole 24 inches deep and fill it with fish emulsion

 

 

dig a hole approximately 2 to 3 times as deep as the bulb diameter and place the root side down.

 

 

make sure the top 1/2 of the bulb is aboveground so it receives more sunshine.

     
  •   Question 4

2 out of 2 points

   
 

Some functions of plant stems include

     

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transport water from roots to leaves

 

produce new plants as stem modifications such as rhizomes

 

provide support for leaves

 

 

 

all of the above

     
  •   Question 5

2 out of 2 points

   
 

Which of the following is the least appropriate way to use color in a flower bed?

     

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Expository- splash colors in a wild, random manner.

 

 

Analogous - use adjacent colors on the color wheel

 

Complementary - use opposite colors in the color wheel 

 

Monochromatic- use a single color scheme

     
  •   Question 6

2 out of 2 points

   
 

Which of the following factors should be part of a plan for using bedding plants in a planting bed in the landscape?

     

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Mix warm and cool-season annuals to extend the length of flower color in a bedding plant garden.

 

Keep the shortest plants at the sides of a bedding plant area to give room for the largest plants in the front and middle part of the planting bed.



 

 

Keep the tallest plants in the back of the planting bed.



 

No plan is needed- plant impetuously with gusto!

     
  •   Question 7

0 out of 2 points

   
 

In Phoenix, warm-season annuals used as bedding plants should be

     

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planted in mid-July.

 

planted only as seeds in the winter.

 

 

planted in early spring after danger of frost has passed.

 

planted at the same time as cool-season annuals.

     
  •   Question 8

2 out of 2 points

   
 

When purchasing bedding plants to achieve a mass of landscape color, factors to consider include:

     

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make sure to get enough plants so that plants are touching one another at planting.

 

 

be sure to get the "most plant for your money" by purchasing the largest and most healthy-looking plants with evidence of healthy white roots emerging from the bottom of the container. 

 

purchase enough plants to plant them 2 inches apart

 

 

the flowers and foliage color of the plants purchased

 

     
  •   Question 9

2 out of 2 points

   
 

Which of the following flowers are warm-season annuals that grow well in the Phoenix area?

     

Selected Answer:

 

 

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Pansy

 

 

Periwinkle



 

Snapdragons

 

Petunia

 

     
  •   Question 10

2 out of 2 points

   
 

A thickened horizontal stem that grows underground and produces flowering plants such as canna and bearded iris is called a...

     

Selected Answer:

 

Rhizome

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Corm



 

Tuber

 

Bulb

 

 

Rhizome

     
  •   Question 11

2 out of 2 points

   
 

Desert wildflowers produce many seeds that await winter rains to germinate and bloom in the spring.

     

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True

 

False

     
  •   Question 12

2 out of 2 points

   
 

A flowering plant that grows, flowers, set seeds and dies in one growing seasons is called a(n):

     

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bulb

 

biennial

 

perennial

 

 

annual



     
  •   Question 13

2 out of 2 points

   
 

Daffodils, crocus and tulips are NOT the best bulb plants for the Phoenix area because...

     

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It is too cold here in the winter.

 

These plants prefer hot, tropical, humid environments.

 

They need more calcium than what is available in local desert garden soil.

 

 

Daffodil, crocus and tulips have to be purchased new each year and replanted because they do not survive over the summer.

     

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