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Camellia is the state flower of which US State ?

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Alabama
Florida
Indiana
Louisiana


Camellia flowers is sometimes called Rose of winter. In the wild, it is found in mainland China , Taiwan, southern Korea and southern Japan. It is usually 1.5–6 metres tall, but occasionally up to 11 metres tall. In the wild, flowering is between January and March. The flowers appear along the branches, particularly towards the ends, and have very short stems.

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Forget-me-not is the state flower of which US State ?

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California
Alaska
Indiana
Louisiana


The Alpine Forget-me-not is the county flower of Westmorland in the United Kingdom and the state flower of Alaska. It grows well throughout Alaska in open, rocky places high in the mountains, flowering in midsummer.

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Apple blossom is the state flower of which US State ?

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California
Colorado
Arkansas
Florida


It is a state flower of Michigan also. The apple blossom was adopted as the Arkansas State Flower by the General Assembly of 1901. Apple blossoms have pink and white petals and green leaves. At one time Arkansas was a major apple-producing state. The town of Lincoln in Washington County hosts the annual Arkansas Apple Festival.

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Peach blossom is the state flower of which US State ?

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Delaware
Idaho
Hawaii
Kentucky


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Peony is the state flower of which US State ?

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Kentucky
Kansas
Illinois
Indiana


These flowers are native to Asia, Southern Europe and Western North America. They grow in height from 0.5 to 1.5 metres. They have compound, deeply lobed leaves and large, often fragrant, flowers, ranging from red to white or yellow, in late spring and early summer. The peony is among the longest-used flowers in Eastern culture and is one of the smallest living creature national emblems in China. In 1957, the Indiana General Assembly passed a law to make the peony the state flower of Indiana, a title which it holds to this day. It replaced the zinnia, which had been the state flower since 1931.

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Sunflower is the state flower of which US State ?

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Kansas
Michigan
Massachusetts
Hawaii


The plant was first domesticated in the Americas. Sunflower seeds were brought to Europe from the Americas in the 16th century. The tallest sunflower on record achieved 8.23 m (27 ft). To grow best, sunflowers need full sun. They grow best in fertile, moist, well-drained soil with heavy mulch.

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Goldenrod is the state flower of which US State ?

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Kansas
Kentucky
Massachusetts
Hawaii


It is also the state flower of Nebraska and South Carolina.

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Magnolia is the state flower of which US State ?

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Idaho
Florida
Louisiana
Maine


It is also a state flower of Mississippi. Magnolia flower is named after French botanist Pierre Magnol. The bark and flower buds of Magnolia officinalis have long been used in traditional Chinese medicine. In parts of Japan, the leaves of Magnolia obovata are used for wrapping food and as cooking dishes.

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Mayflower is the state flower of which US State ?

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Indiana
Connecticut
Alabama
Massachusetts


The species flowers are pink, fading to nearly white, very fragrant, about .5 inches across when expanded, few or many in clusters at ends of branches. It is found from Newfoundland to Florida, west to Kentucky and the Northwest Territories.

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Bitterroot is the state flower of which US State ?

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Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire


It is a small, low plant with a pink to white flower. The bitterroot was selected as the Montana state flower on February 27, 1895. The plant is a low-growing perennial plant with a fleshy taproot and a simple or branched base. The flower stems are leafless.

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