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3/23/2020 Review

Quiz by Shelby Miller

High School
Floral Design
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) - Electives

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High School
Floral Design
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) - Electives

130.20.A.3.B

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  • Q1
    flowers used to establish the skeleton; outline height, width and form of an arrangement; usually a long stem with a single bloom
    Species
    Filler Flowers
    line flowers
    Genus
    30s
    130.20.A.3.B
  • Q2
    Latin for the genus and species of a specific plant which individually identifies the plant; also known as scientific name
    Specie
    Filler Flowers
    Botanical Name
    Genus
    30s
    130.20.A.3.B
  • Q3
    subdivision of family in the classification of organisms
    Botanical Name
    Genus
    Filler Flowers
    Specie
    30s
    130.20.A.3.B
  • Q4
    subdivision of genus in the classification of organisms
    Genus
    Filler Flowers
    Botanical Name
    Species
    30s
    130.20.A.3.B
  • Q5
    small blooms or clusters of flowers used to add depth and fullness to an arrangement; completes arrangement
    line flowers
    Filler Flowers
    Species
    Genus
    30s
    130.20.A.3.B
  • Q6
    single stem with large rounded heads used inside or along lines established by line flowers in an arrangement
    potted plants
    foliage
    mass flowers
    form flowers
    30s
    130.20.A.3.B
  • Q7
    used to create focal point; usually possess unusual and distinctive shapes
    mass flowers
    potted plants
    form flowers
    foliage
    30s
    130.20.A.3.B
  • Q8
    leaves used as a group or individually in floral arrangements to add depth and cover the mechanics of an arrangement; also referred to as greenery
    mass flowers
    potted plants
    form flowers
    foliage
    30s
    130.20.A.3.B
  • Q9
    Which of the following best explains why mass flowers are used in floral arrangements?
    Mass flowers are used inside or along the arrangement to fill spaces
    Mass flowers are used to complete the design
    Mass flowers are used to hide the mechanics of a design
    Mass flowers are used as a focal point
    30s
    130.20.A.3.B
  • Q10
    Please choose the correct definition of a line flower.
    Single stem with one horizontal flower
    Single stem with one verticle flower
    Establishes the outline of arrangement
    Single stem with large round headed flower
    30s
    130.20.A.3.B
  • Q11
    Sarah and Lauren are working together to create a centerpiece for the tables at an upcoming banquet. Which of the flowers should they use to complete the design?
    Aglaonema
    Stephanotis
    Trumpet (Easter) lily
    Transvaal daisy
    30s
    130.20.A.3.B
  • Q12
    Robert is creating a unique floral arrangement. Which of the following flowers should he use as a focal point?
    Florist's cineraria
    Shasta daisy
    Flamingo lily
    (Garden) pansy
    30s
    130.20.A.3.B
  • Q13
    Which of the following flowers can be white in color?
    Canna
    Tuberose
    Liatris
    Cockscomb
    30s
    130.20.A.3.B
  • Q14
    Michelle is making a floral arrangement for Mother’s Day and needs a white, line flower. Which of the following LINE flowers should she use?
    Bird-of-paradise
    Hybrid tea rose
    Tuberose
    Baby's breath
    30s
    130.20.A.3.B
  • Q15
    Form flowers are used to create asymmetrical designs
    true
    false
    30s
    130.20.A.3.B

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