THIS MAG­A­ZINE OF­FERS YOU GREAT DIG­I­TAL EX­PE­RI­ENCES US­ING THE LA­YAR APP

Test your gar­den knowl­edge by an­swer­ing true or false to the fol­low­ing ques­tions

Ontario Gardener Magazine - - Front Page -

1. Grow cit­rona, a plant spe­cially hy­bridized to re­pel mos­qui­toes, on the pa­tio to keep mos­qui­toes away.

2. Hardy cranes­bill gera­ni­ums and the ten­der pelargo­nium gera­ni­ums are in the same hor­ti­cul­tural fam­ily. 3. In­clud­ing the dif­fer­ent or­na­men­tal plants and cook­ing sage, there are about 30 dif­fer­ent va­ri­eties of salvia.

4. One va­ri­ety of salvia is a psy­choac­tive drug. 5. Datura or an­gel’s trumpet plant parts are hal­lu­cino­genic.

6. Tomato and potato not only rhyme, they’re botan­i­cally re­lated. 7. Sweet potato vine is so named be­cause the fo­liage re­sem­bles potato leaves and has a sweet smell. 8. Sweet peas are not ed­i­ble.

9. Scar­let run­ner beans are not ed­i­ble. 10. Scar­let run­ner beans are an­nu­als. An­swers on the next page.

Cranes­bill gera­nium.

An­gel's trumpet.

Sweet peas.

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