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Flowers in the Answer

All the blanks are types of flowers. Based on the clues, guess the missing words.
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First submittedNovember 29, 2012
Last updatedMay 24, 2015
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Clue
Answer
Oldest college bowl game
Rose Bowl
Colored part of the eye
Iris
"Sound of Music" song
Edelweiss
Cross-legged Indian pose
Lotus Position
Type of muffin
Poppy Seed
Aladdin's love interest
Jasmine
Harry Potter's mom
Lily Potter
Greek legend who fell in love
with his own reflection
Narcissus
Brand of evaporated milk
Carnation
Donald Duck's girlfriend
Daisy Duck
Clue
Answer
Painted by Claude Monet
Water Lilies
Snack in baseball dugouts
Sunflower Seeds
Ashes, ashes, we all fall down
Pocketful of Posies
Investment bubble in 1600's Netherlands
Tulip Mania
1989 female bonding movie
Steel Magnolias
Porky's girlfriend
Petunia Pig
Shy person
Shrinking Violet
I need you (I need you) more
than anyone, darlin
Build Me Up
Buttercup
Australian rapper
Iggy Azalea
School-shooting site
Columbine
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level 75
Mar 5, 2013
Great idea for a quiz! Thank you.
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level 20
Apr 16, 2013
ditto that.
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level 20
Mar 5, 2013
I've personally never heard of a flower called Narcissus, but I do know the word "narcissist" is derived from that greek legend XD!
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level 83
Mar 5, 2013
Yes, the flower is similar to a daffodil, but on a very thin stem. In full bloom, the flower tends to be too heavy to be held upright, giving it the appearance of looking down. Put water next to them, and the parallel with the Greek legend becomes apparent.
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level 18
Mar 5, 2013
Narcissa Malfoy!!
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level 38
Aug 26, 2015
+1 lol alk17!
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level 61
Aug 30, 2019
it is not similar to, a daffodil IS a narcissus.
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level 20
Apr 16, 2013
Narcissus is a very beautiful flower.
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level 58
Apr 28, 2019
At least IT thinks so...
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level 76
Jun 10, 2014
All daffodils are species of the genus narcissus, of the Amaryllis family. The common daffodil is narcissus jonquilla. True paperwhites are narcissus papyraceus. The flower my mother used to call a paperwhite is really another type of daffodil.
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level 53
Mar 5, 2013
Narcissus are a type of mini daffodil- very pretty. Shame I couldn't remember some of the others though.
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level 73
Mar 5, 2013
crap...tried 3 different spellings of Edelweiss.
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level 18
Mar 5, 2013
Edelweiss is a FLOWER???!!
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level 20
Mar 5, 2013
Blossom of snow may you bloom and grow Bloom and grow forever Edelweiss Edelweiss Bless my homeland forever
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level 20
Apr 16, 2013
@KatM @LaurenTheScientist YAY someone who knows the song! I totally blanked out on it. The sound of music gets a bad rep, but it is a really awesome movie. I saw the play one time.
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level 58
Aug 25, 2015
The Sound of Music gets a bad rap, really? Most people I know that have seen it either like it or love it. What specifically about it is questionable? Genuinely curious.
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level 38
Aug 26, 2015
I read this comment, and immediately started singing the song!
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level 77
Aug 25, 2015
That's the only one I missed.
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level 34
Mar 9, 2013
Can't believe I didn't get Edelweiss. That's like my favorite movie.
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level 66
Aug 7, 2014
I absolutely LOVE Harry Connick Jr's rendition of the song. From his album "Songs I've Heard." I could listen to it all day. And that makes me ashamed I missed it too. :(
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level 71
Apr 25, 2014
If only you'd said "Harry Potter's aunt" instead of the Porky thing, I would have guessed Petunia instantly.
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level 82
Oct 22, 2014
Should probably note that "coronation" is not the same as "carnation". Carnation is what I ment though.
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level 56
Jul 8, 2015
Never heard of Iggy Azalea.
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level 63
Aug 25, 2015
You're not missing out.
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level 22
Aug 25, 2015
Right, I missed that , too
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level 38
Aug 26, 2015
They should accept different spellings
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level 79
Aug 25, 2015
There is also a brand of evaporated milk called Sego, and a Sego is "a plant of the lily family, with green and white bell-shaped flowers, native to the western US."
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level 56
Aug 25, 2015
Posies are bunches of flowers of any type, not a type of flower.
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level 76
Aug 25, 2015
Agree. Maybe replace it with British actress, Honeysuckle Weeks?
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level 79
Jul 25, 2018
Well there's something I never knew before.
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level 35
Aug 27, 2015
I put lily for "Painted by Claude Monet" but when it accepted for Potter's mum thought I was on the wrong lines damn.
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level 49
Aug 31, 2015
Lily, Petunia n Narcissus thanks to Harry Potter and Azalea thanks to TKAMB :)
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level 52
Jul 20, 2018
ring a ring a roses, a song about the plague, ashes ashes??? I was taught, over 60 years ago that it was atishoo atishoo. (spelling? anyway they are sneezes). we all fall down
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level 52
Oct 5, 2018
ring-a-ring of roses a pocket full of posies, atishoo x2 we all fall down that's what was taught 65+ years ago
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level 61
Aug 30, 2019
I know it as:
Ring-a-round the rosie(/roses),
A pocket full of posies,
Ashes! Ashes!
We all fall down.
Which apparently is the american version. You won't find atishoo and ashes in the same version anywhere it is always one or the other (or sometimes hush). There are many many versions (though not all used anymore). The most common british version is:
Ring-a-ring o' roses,
A pocket full of posies,
A-tishoo! A-tishoo!
We all fall down.
I actually only know the song from horror scenes (more from games even than movies) where you hear an eerie girls voice softly sing it in the background.. (I dont think I have ever encountered it where it was actually played, without a horror element)