Horticulture level 2 answers

Horticulture level 2 answers

Horticulture level 2 answers (exams 2, 3, 4 and 5)

Horticulture level 2 answers

This page contains all Horticulture level 2 answers for exams 2, 3, 4 and 5. These are written in a way to help you if you’re struggling to get through your exams. We’ve organised the questions into logical topics so you can quickly identify the questions you need to work on.

Horticulture level 2 questions for exams 2, 3, 4 and 5

This post is a guide for level 2. You can check out our free online book, The Horticulture Book for level 3 for information on how to prepare for level 3 exams.

In the Horticulture Examinations, there are a total of 8 exams. A first level exam and then a further 7 level exams. You only need to pass one level to progress to the next. So you only need to pass one or two exams before you can apply for level 3.

In this guide we have given a clear list of the exams. The questions are in the same order in each exam and this means that you can work through the questions in order. So no matter which of the exams you want to work on, you can pick and choose the ones that need answering first.

You can either study for an online exam with an examiner via the internet, or a paper-based exam with a proctor. We’ve got tips on how to prepare for online exams. You can also check out our exam preparations course and books for help preparing.

Exam 2 – The Horticulture Garden Design and Management exam (45 mins)

The Horticulture Design and Management exam is the first part of Horticulture Level 2. It is a multiple choice question with 2 questions. You have to choose the correct option in each question and mark your answer.

Exam 2 – Design and Management, question 1 – multiple choice question (2 marks)

Question 1: A client who has a lawn but no garden has requested a lawn garden for his summer garden. The owner has decided to use his existing lawn rather than replace it with a new lawn. It is going to be used for picnicking on the summer evenings. Based on this information, what is the best planting design for this summer garden? A) 4’ grass-turf borders, 4’ wide lawn b) 6’ grass-turf borders, 3’ wide lawn c) 2’ grass-turf borders, 2’ wide lawn d) None of these options provides sufficient width to allow the client to enjoy picnicking on the lawn. Please respond: a) c

Question 2: On the basis of the information in this client’s brief, what is the best planting design? A) 3’ grass-turf borders, 3’ wide lawn b) 6’ grass-turf borders, 6’ wide lawn c) 8’ grass-turf borders, 6’ wide lawn d) 10’ grass-turf borders, 7’ wide lawn

Question 3: The grass-turf borders have been extended to 20’ across to allow for two tables and two chairs. The area between the lawn and the house is used for recreation. The design is based on which of the following plants? A) Box hedging B) Dense hedge C) Flowering hedge D) A hedge or trellis is most suitable for the area

Question 4: If the client is not able to view the lawn between the house and the grass-turf borders, what is the best option for planting a design which will provide effective privacy? A) 4’ grass-turf borders, 4’ wide lawn B) 5’ grass-turf borders, 5’ wide lawn C) 4’ grass-turf borders, 8’ wide lawn D) 5’ grass-turf borders, 7’ wide lawn

Question 5: The client has requested planting to complement the area’s heritage significance. On the basis of your discussion with the client, which of the following should be planted? A) Dense box hedging B) Dense dwarf cypress C) Large shrub (e.g. rose, camellia, ginkgo) D) A tall tree (e.g. maple, poplar)

Question 6: The client has requested a lawn without a border. What planting could be used to effectively contain the grass-turf borders, the lawn and the shrubs? A) Box hedging B) Flowering shrub (e.g. gardenia) C) Medium-sized shrub D) Dense trellis or hedge E) Tree (e.g. maple, eucalyptus)

Question 7: What can be used to effectively contain the grass-turf borders and shrubs along a driveway? A) Hedges B) Tall shrubs C) Vines D) Perennials with dense foliage

Question 8: Which of the following would best complement the area’s heritage significance? A) Dense box hedging B) Small tree (e.g. acacia) C) Dense grasses

Question 9: Which is the best planting option for a patio area that needs to be watered? A) Grass-turf borders, 2’ wide turf B) Medium-sized shrub (e.g. rose, gazania, hibiscus), 4’ wide shrub C) Medium-sized shrub (e.g. camellia, eucalyptus), 4’ wide lawn D) Medium-sized shrub (e.g. camellia, gazania) 2’ wide lawn

Question 10: Which combination of turf and perennial planting would best compliment the existing landscape? A) Grass-turf borders, 2’ wide turf B) Medium-sized shrub (e.g. hibiscus, gardenia), 4’ wide shrub C) Small shrub (e.g. rose), 4’ wide turf D) Small shrub (e.g. rose), 2’ wide turf

Question 11: Which planting would best compliment the existing planting? A) Lawn, 2’ wide turf B) Medium-sized shrub (e.g. hibiscus), 4’ wide shrub C) Medium-sized shrub (e.g. camellia), 4’ wide lawn D) Dense shrub (e.g. gazania, gardenia) 2’ wide turf

Question 12: Which planting combination would best compliment the existing landscape? A) Grass-turf borders, 2’ wide turf B) Medium-sized shrub (e.g. hibiscus), 4’ wide shrub C) Small shrub (e.g. gardenia), 4’ wide turf D) Small shrub (e.g. rose), 2’ wide turf

Question 13: Which plant would best compliment the existing landscape? A) Lawn, 2’ wide turf B) Medium-sized shrub (e.g. hibiscus), 4’ wide shrub C) Small shrub (e.g. camellia), 4’ wide turf D) Dense shrub (e.g. gardenia) 2’ wide turf

Question 14: Which planting combination would best compliment the existing landscape? A) Grass-turf borders, 2’ wide turf B) Medium-sized shrub (e.g.


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