Whether you're a garden variety flower enthusiast or a full-blown botanist, it's hard to deny the allure of flowers. They're colorful and complex, edible or toxic, aromatically pleasing or gag-worthy (we're looking at you, corpse flower) and they grow practically everywhere on Earth.
While you may have no problem identifying a rose, a sunflower or a sprig of lavender, do you know your Queen Anne's lace from a common carrot? Did you know they're related?
What about poppies? Do you know which ones are used for making opiates versus making poppy seed rolls like a proper Polish grandma?
Did you know that some of today's common landscaping flowers were once cultivated for their roots as a food source? Do you know which flowers still are? If so, you're ready for this quiz!
Ingest your allergy pill, gather your gardening supplies and take notes for your next trip to the nursery; even if you don't ace this quiz, you'll come away with plenty of useful tips about which plants are best for you and your garden/bouquet/culinary needs.