What is minnesota's state flower?

Answer The Minnesota state flower is the pink and white lady's slipper. Adopted by the state in 1902, the rare wildflower has been protected by the state since 1925. It is illegal to pick or uproot the pl... Read More »

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Colorado's official symbols celebrate mountains and plains. In 1933 the state adopted the lark bunting as its official bird. The iconic blue and white columbine, which grows high in the Rocky Moun... Read More »

What state has the purple violet as the state flower?

Purple violets are the state flower of four states. Wisconsin in 1909, Rhode Island in 1897, Illinois in 1907 and New Jersey in 1971 all designated a species of purple violet as their official stat... Read More »

Minnesota State Flower & State Bug?

Minnesota recognizes 13 official state symbols, not including the state flag and state seal. The oldest of these is the state flower, the pink and white showy lady's slipper. Of more recent vintage... Read More »