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by njoynit on January 26, 2004 04:46 PM
for those fo you who wonder who has what state flower....know you will know.
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Alabama~Camillia
Alaska~forget-me-not
Arizona~saguaro(you should see them bloom!)
Arkansas~Apple Blossom
California~poppy(orange)
Colorado~columbine
Connecticut~mountain Laurel
Delaware~Peach Blossom
Florida~orange Blossom
Georgia~Cherokee Rose
Hawaii~Hibiscus
Idaho~Syringa
Illinois~Violet
Indiana~Peony
Iowa~Wild Rose
Kansas~Sunflower
Kentucky~Goldenrod
Louisianna~Magnolia
Maine~Pine Cone
Maryland~Black_Eyed-Susans
Massachusetts~Mayflower
Michigan~Apple Blossom
Minnesota~Ladys Slipper
Mississippi~Magnolia
Missouri~Hawthorn
Montana~Bitteroot
Nebraska~Goldenrod
Nevada~Sagebrush
New Hampshire~Liliac
New Jersey~Violet
New Mexico~Yucca Flower
New York~Rose
North Carolina~Dogwood
North Dakota~Wild Rose
Ohio~Red Carnation
Oklahoma~Mistletoe
Oregan~Oregan Grape
Pennsylvania~Mountain Laural
Rhode Island~Violet
South Carolina~Jessamine
South Dakota~Pasqueflower
Tennessee~Iris
TEXXAS~Bluebonnet
Utah~Sego Lily
Vermont~Red Clover
Virginia~Dogwood
Washington~Rhododendron
West Virginia~Rhododendron
Wisconson~Violet
Wyoming~Indian Paintbrush
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by Bill on January 26, 2004 04:49 PM
Here are the state trees and birds:
http://www.thegardenhelper.com/state~flowers.html

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by Bestofour on January 27, 2004 12:28 AM
How are these things decided?

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by Bill on January 27, 2004 01:40 AM
Normally by state legislators...

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by rue anemone on January 27, 2004 07:03 PM
We have a few garden clubs that are trying to change our state flower to a native Indiana one instead of a chinese one. LOL!

It looks like all the other states have native ones. I think they are trying to get the firepink named for Indiana.

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by Jiffymouse on January 28, 2004 07:55 PM
rue, from what i understand, cherokee rose isn't native to georgia, but has been here so long that it may as well be. i like having things like that growing, and like to have that info. back before i knew that this site would stay around awhile, i copied and saved almost all bill's collections of info. somewhere there are about a million floppies of this stuff [Big Grin] [Big Grin] [Big Grin] [Big Grin]

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