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
Have you ever grown any fruit or vegetables? Which kinds?
Does your home have a garden? What is growing in it?
Do you have any plants in your house? Where are they?
What plants grow well in your area?
Is your hometown famous for any fruit or vegetables?
How many flowers and trees can you name in English?
What is your favourite kind of plant?
What is the national plant or flower of your country?
What tools do you need to do gardening?
Would you like to work as a gardener?
Are your parents or grandparents good at gardening?
Have you ever picked fruit or harvested vegetables?
Are there any famous gardens where you live?
What plants do you think are ugly?
What things do you need to do to keep a plant alive?
Is there a plant nursery near you?
Are there any famous stories about plants in your culture?
Do you ever keep seeds from the fruit you eat?
Can people grow vegetables in big cities? How and where?
Would you say you are a “green thumb”? (A person who loves gardening)
Are there any dangerous plants in your country?
Why is gardening good for your health?