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See which floral beauty represents your state
Maybe the plant is native to a state, or perhaps it represents a moment in that state’s history, but there is a significance to each state flower chosen. Here are all 50 official state flowers (plus D.C.), along with interesting tidbits about each one.
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Alabama – Camellia
Until 1959, the state flower of Alabama was the goldenrod. The camellia, also nicknamed “the rose of winter” appears on the Alabama state quarter and can be cultivated in many different colors.
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Alaska – Forget-me-not
For a brief period of time, from late June to