Flowers on the Grand Canal



Name ____________ Class __________________


Date _2001__________________


1.                Marsh Marigold is a brilliant ------ coloured flower.

2.                Marsh Marigold can be found along the canal bank during the year from ----- to --- .

3.                The seeds on Cotton Grass are dispersed by the ----.

4.                The word Iris comes from the Greek word for -------.

5.                Many wild flowers have ---- as part of their name and this is because it was thought that these flowers could be used to ---- illnesses.

6.                The Purple Loosestrife is rich in -------.



These resource pages have been prepared by the teachers and pupils of St. Ronan's National School for use with the Grand Canal project. You are very welcome to print and use them with your class.



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