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State Flowers

The official flowers of the States within the United States of America typically represent a historical event, political movement or something equally important. Here is the list of the official flowers of the 50 States.

  • Alabama - Camellia
  • Alaska - Forget-me-not
  • Arizona - Saguaro cactus blossom
  • Arkansas - Apple blossom
  • Colorado - Rocky Mountain columbine
  • Connecticut - Mountain laurel
  • District of Columbia - American Beauty rose
  • Delaware - Peach blossom
  • Florida - Orange blossom
  • Georgia - Cherokee rose
  • Hawaii - Pua aloalo
  • Idaho - Syringa mock orange
  • Illinois - Purple violet
  • Indiana - Peony
  • Iowa - Wild prairie rose
  • Kansas - Sunflower
  • Kentucky - Goldenrod
  • Louisiana - Magnolia
  • Maine - Eastern white pine tassel and cone
  • Maryland - Black-eyed Susan
  • Massachusetts - Mayflower
  • Michigan - Apple blossom
  • Minnesota - Pink and white ladyslipper
  • Mississippi - Magnolia
  • Missouri - Hawthorn
  • Montana - Bitterroot
  • Nebraska - Goldenrod
  • Nevada - Sagebrush
  • New Hampshire - Purple lilac
  • New Jersey - Violet
  • New Mexico - Yucca
  • New York - Rose
  • North Carolina - American Dogwood
  • North Dakota - Wild prairie rose
  • Northern Marianas - Plumeria
  • Ohio - Scarlet carnation
  • Oklahoma - Mistletoe
  • Oregon - Oregon grape
  • Pennsylvania - Mountain laurel
  • Rhode Island - Violet
  • South Carolina - Yellow Jessamine
  • South Dakota - Pasque flower
  • Tennessee - Iris
  • Texas - Texas bluebonnet
  • Utah - Sego lily
  • Vermont - Red Clover
  • Virginia - Flowering dogwood
  • Washington - Coast rhododendron
  • Wisconsin - Wood violet
  • Wyoming - Indian paintbrush
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