Did You Know Tulip Trivia Answers!
Q1. 1600s. The tulip cost 10 times the average working class yearly wage. The time was known as “Tulip Mania.”
Q2. The arrival of Spring
Q4. Light! Even in a vase!
Q5. Central Asia
Q8. True. During WWII, they used tulips to replace onions and even baked tulip bread!
Q10. The Lily, which means its related to onions, garlic, and asparagus!
Q11. Queen of the Night is deep purple, but in some lights looks almost black.
Q12. The Netherlands
Q13. 150, but over “3,000 naturally occurring and genetically cultivated varieties” worldwide.
Q16. Parkinson’s Disease Foundation after James Parkinson, the doctor for which the disease is named.
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