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[[Image:Camellia.jpg|right|thumb|225px|[[Alabama]]'s state flower, Camellia]]
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[[Image:Forget-me-nots.jpg|right|thumb|200px|[[Alaska]]'s state flower, Forget-me-nots]]
[[Image:Forget-me-nots.jpg|right|thumb|225px|[[Alaska]]'s state flower, Forget-me-nots]]
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[[Image:CaliforniaPoppy.jpg|right|thumb|200px|[[California]]'s State Flower, the Golden Poppy]]
[[Image:CaliforniaPoppy.jpg|right|thumb|225px|[[California]]'s State Flower, the Golden Poppy]]
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[[Image:RedRose.jpg|right|thumb|200px|[[New York]]'s state flower is the [[Rose]].]]
[[Image:Sunflower.jpg|right|thumb|225px|[[Kansas]] state flower, Sunflower]]
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[[Image:Violet.jpg|right|thumb|200px|[[Violet]], the state flower of: [[Illinois]], [[New Jersey ]], [[Rhode Island]], and [[Wisconsin]].]]
[[Image:Violet.jpg|right|thumb|225px|Violet]]
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Each of the 50 [[United States]] has designated an official state flower:
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| [[Hawaii]]   
 
| [[Hawaii]]   
| [[Pua Aloalo - Hibiscus]]
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| [[Pua Aloalo|Pua Aloalo - Hibiscus]]
 
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| [[Idaho]]  
 
| [[Idaho]]  
| [[Syringa - Mock Orange ]]
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| [[Syringa - Mock Orange]]
 
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| [[Illinois]]   
 
| [[Illinois]]   
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| [[Kansas]]  
 
| [[Kansas]]  
| [[Sunflower ]]
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| [[Sunflower]]
 
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| [[Kentucky]]   
 
| [[Kentucky]]   
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| [[Louisiana]]  
 
| [[Louisiana]]  
| [[Magnolia ]]
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| [[Magnolia]]
 
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| [[Maine]]   
 
| [[Maine]]   
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| [[Maryland]]   
 
| [[Maryland]]   
| [[Black-eyed susan]]
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| [[Black-eyed susan flower|Black-eyed susan]]
 
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| [[Massachusetts]]   
 
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| [[Minnesota]]   
 
| [[Minnesota]]   
| [[Pink and white lady-slipper]]
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| [[Pink and white lady's slipper]]
 
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| [[Mississippi]]   
 
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| [[Missouri]]   
 
| [[Missouri]]   
| [[Hawthorn]]
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| [[White Hawthorn blossom|Hawthorn]]
 
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| [[Montana]]   
 
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| [[North Dakota]]
 
| [[North Dakota]]
| [[Wild prarie rose]]
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| [[Wild Prairie Rose]]
 
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| [[Ohio]]
 
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==References==
 
==References==
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*http://www.50states.com/flower.htm
 
*http://www.50states.com/flower.htm
 
*http://www.thegardenhelper.com/state~flowers.html
 
*http://www.thegardenhelper.com/state~flowers.html
 
 
  
 
[[Category:Flowers]]
 
[[Category:Flowers]]
 
[[Category:United States]]
 
[[Category:United States]]

Latest revision as of 01:31, 28 June 2016

Alaska's state flower, Forget-me-nots
California's State Flower, the Golden Poppy
New York's state flower is the Rose.
Violet, the state flower of: Illinois, New Jersey , Rhode Island, and Wisconsin.

Each of the 50 United States has designated an official state flower:


State Flower
Alabama Camellia
Alaska Forget-me-not
Arizona Saguaro Cactus blossom
Arkansas Apple blossom
California Golden poppy
Colorado Rocky Mountain Columbine
Connecticut Mountain laurel
Delaware Peach blossom
Florida Orange blossom
Georgia Cherokee Rose
Hawaii Pua Aloalo - Hibiscus
Idaho Syringa - Mock Orange
Illinois Violet
Indiana Peony
Iowa Wild Prairie Rose
Kansas Sunflower
Kentucky Goldenrod
Louisiana Magnolia
Maine White pine cone and tassel
Maryland Black-eyed susan
Massachusetts Mayflower (flower)
Michigan Apple blossom
Minnesota Pink and white lady's slipper
Mississippi Magnolia
Missouri Hawthorn
Montana Bitterroot
Nebraska Goldenrod
Nevada Sagebrush
New Hampshire Purple lilac
New Jersey Violet
New Mexico Yucca flower
New York Rose
North Carolina American Dogwood
North Dakota Wild Prairie Rose
Ohio Carnation
Oklahoma Mistletoe
Oregon Oregon grape
Pennsylvania Mountain laurel
Rhode Island Violet
South Carolina Yellow jessamine
South Dakota pasque flower
Tennessee Iris (flower)
Texas bluebonnet
Utah sego lily
Vermont red clover
Virginia Flowering dogwood
Washington Coast rhododendron
West Virginia Rhododendron
Wisconsin Violet
Wyoming Indian paintbrush

References