QUIZ: Parks and gardens

Quiz: Parks and gardens

In the heart of winter we start thinking about spring and how lucky we are to be “the garden city”. Try this month’s quiz on local parks and gardens.
In 1998 Lancaster Park officially changed its name to:
When did the Curators House in the Botanic Gardens stop being the official residence of the Curator?
Which of the following Ōtautahi Christchurch parks was NOT named after a person?
The oldest surviving tree in the Botanic Gardens was planted on which date?
In which Ōtautahi Christchurch park, was a garden designed for the blind opened in 1964?
On 30 September 2020 The Press reported on the theft of a rare, valuable indoor plant from the Botanic Gardens. Which plant was it?
In what year was Ōtautahi Christchurch first referred to as “the Garden City”?
Which of the following prominent statues is located within the Botanic Gardens?
Settlers Corner, where some early European settlers to Ōtautahi Christchurch built their huts, is now part of which central city park?
Some areas of Hagley Park were once used for cows to graze. Later when plants and trees were planted in these areas cattle were removed to protect the vegetation. Some Christchurch citizens opposed the removal of the cattle because:
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