2007 Final


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DR. BRUCE HAMILTON DEPARTMENT OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE-COOK COLLEGE Jonathon Schramm 11:550:234 Chris Yandoli May 4, 2007 FINAL EXAM NAME ___________________________________ I. TRUE OR FALSE. 25 PTS. IF THE ANSWER IS FALSE, TELL WHY IT IS FALSE. ______ 1. Petal blight on Rhododendrons can be reduced by removing dead flowers. _____ 2. Rhododendrons all have large evergreen leaves, whereas Azaleas have tiny evergreen leaves. _____ 3. Hollies are well known for having male and female flowers on separate plants. _____ 4. ‘Rhodo Max has the bracts’ is a phrase describing Rhododendron maximum . _____ 5. Indumentum is a brown fuzz on the undersurface of some rhododendron leaves. _____ 6. Assets of Vaccinium corymbosum include edible blue fruits, red fall color and red winter twigs. _____ 7. ‘Roseum elegans,’ with its lavender-pink flowers, is the most commonly planted rhododendron. _____ 8. The Common Boxwood is a hardy choice for evergreen shrubbery in northern NJ. _____ 9. Yellow leaves with green veins mean that an ericaceous plant is suffering from iron deficiency. _____ 10. May Apple emerges in early spring, covers the ground with green umbrellas, flowers, fruits, foliage turns yellow and dies back to the ground by July. _____ 11. ‘Dorothy Wycoff’ is a Pieris cultivar with reddish flower buds. _____ 12.
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course LA Plants taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Rutgers.

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