Parts of an Apple
Johnny Appleseed
Apple Production
History of Apples
Apples & More
100

The edible part of the plant developed from a flower

Flesh

100

What fruit is Johnny famous for?

apples
100

Does Illinois produce apples?

Yes

100

Who brought apples to the United States?

pilgrims

100

How are different types of apples different from each other?

flavor, color

200

The blossom of a plant

Flower

200

What is Johnny Appleseed's real name?

John Chapman

200

What happens to apples after they are produced?

Some are sold fresh others are made into apple foods and drinks like applesauce, juice, and pies.

200

What is the Illinois state fruit?

GoldRush

200

What color are apple blossoms?

white and pink
300

Green part of the plant that helps collect sunlight and nutrients for the plant

Leaf

300

What did Johnny wear on his head and feet?

a pot and no shoes

300

What is the bees job in producing apples?

The bee pollinates the blossoms so that they can grow into trees

300

What can you do at an apple orchard?

hayrides, taste apples, pick apples, etc.

300

What is apple grafting?

When you take pieces of two different apple trees and put them together to create a new kind.

400

The yellow powder inside a flower which fertilizes other flowers.

Pollen

400

What are apple nurseries?

a lot of apple trees grown in one place

400

Name two types of apples.

400

What is an example of an apple disease?

apple scab, fireblight, apple mildew

400

How many different types of apples could you get from 10 seeds?

10

500
What is the calyx of an apple?

The stubby brown nub opposite of the apple stem that is the remaining parts of the apple blossom.

500

Why was Johnny Appleseed considered a legend?

He helped people by planting healthy apple trees and even gave seeds to the poor.

500

What state has the best climate in the world for growing apples?

Washington

500

How long does it take for an apple tree to produce apples after being planted?

15 years

500

How can you buy fresh apples all year long?

Climate controlled atmosphere storage

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