Gardening conversation questions
Are your students into horticulture? Find out with these interesting questions on the topic of gardening. Even if most the class doesn’t have a green thumb, they will still enjoy asking and answering these questions.
There is also a related gardening objects vocabulary worksheet that compliments this speaking activity.
Questions about gardening
1 – Have you ever grown any fruit or vegetables? Which kinds?
2 – Does your home have a garden? What is growing in it?
3 – Do you have any plants in your house? Where are they?
4 – What plants grow well in your area?
5 – Is your hometown famous for any fruit or vegetables?
6 – How many flowers and trees can you name in English?
7 – What is your favorite kind of plant?
8 – What is the national plant or flower of your country?
9 – What tools do you need to do gardening?
10 – Would you like to work as a gardener?
11 – Are your parents or grandparents good at gardening?
12 – Have you ever picked fruit or harvested vegetables?
13 – Are there any famous gardens where you live?
14 – What plants do you think are ugly?
15 – What things do you need to do to keep a plant alive?
16 – Is there a plant nursery near you?
17 – Are there any famous stories about plants in your culture?
18 – Do you ever keep seeds from the fruit you eat?
19 – Can people grow vegetables in big cities? How and where?
20 – Would you say you are a “green thumb”? (A person who loves gardening)
21 – Are there any dangerous plants in your country?
22 – Why is gardening good for your health?
23 – Do any of your neighbors have good gardens? Can you describe them?
24 – Do you think that you would be able to grow enough food to feed yourself? Would you like to do this?
25 – When was the last time that you bought a plant or seeds? What did you buy?