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  • Official US State Flowers - VIRGINIA

    Official US State Flowers - VIRGINIA Dogwood (Cornus Florida) Virginia adopted the American dogwood as its state flower and its state tree. The dogwood is one of the commonest trees of the Middle Atlantic and southern states. It ranges from New England west to Minnesota and south to Texas and Florida. It is also native to the Old World. The Garden Club of Virginia and the Garden Club of Norfolk supported its bid for office as the state flower. One legislator proposed the Virginia creeper. It reportedly

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  • Everwilde Farms - 800 Blue Rocky Mountain Columbine Native Wildflower Seeds - Gold Vault Jumbo Seed Packet

    This blue beauty grows on the meadows and cliffs of Colorado's Rocky Mountains, and was adopted as its official state flower in 1899 after winning the vote of the state's school children. Edwin James, a botanist for the one of the first climbing expeditions to Pike's Peak, first discovered and described this alpine flower in 1820; it grows at an altitude range of 10,000-13,000 feet, establishing itself on rocky slopes or cliffs. Since this species has become increasingly rare in the wild, Colorado law asks

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  • Everwilde Farms - 1 Lb Orange California Poppy Native Wildflower Seeds - Gold Vault

    These golden wildflowers have been the state flower of California since 1903. Their habit of opening and closing with the sun makes them appropriate emblems for the Golden State; they also have a holiday all their own, since April 6 is official California Poppy Day. This poppy was the first identified member of the Eschscholzia genus, identified in 1816 by German botanist Adelbert von Chamisso on an exploratory voyage to California and the Pacific Northwest. Chamisso named the genus after a fellow botanist,

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  • Texas Official State Bird and Flower

    Texas Texas Official State Bird and Flower Image Dimensions: 12.00 x 7.50 Overall Dimensions: 14.00 x 11.00 SKU: 1754 $25.00 Fine art giclee prints. Available in other sizes and on other medium. Call for details.

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  • Official US State Flowers - DELAWARE

    Official US State Flowers - DELAWARE Peach Blossom A century ago, the goldenrod was a popular flower in Delaware. In fact, many residents wanted it adopted as the state flower. But agriculturists and school children petitioned the legislature on behalf of their favorite flower, the peach blossom. After all, it was known as the Peach State, producing more peaches than any other state. In just sixty-three years, Delaware’s peach trees multiplied from one orchard to 4,521,631 trees! The peach blossom was

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  • Everwilde Farms - 1/4 Lb Blue Rocky Mountain Columbine Native Wildflower Seeds - Gold Vault

    This blue beauty grows on the meadows and cliffs of Colorado's Rocky Mountains, and was adopted as its official state flower in 1899 after winning the vote of the state's school children. Edwin James, a botanist for the one of the first climbing expeditions to Pike's Peak, first discovered and described this alpine flower in 1820; it grows at an altitude range of 10,000-13,000 feet, establishing itself on rocky slopes or cliffs. Since this species has become increasingly rare in the wild, Colorado law asks

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  • State Flower of Virginia

    State Flower of Virginia Flower: Dogwood (Cornus Florida) Virginia adopted the American dogwood as its state flower and its state tree. The dogwood is one of the commonest trees of the Middle Atlantic and southern states. It ranges from New England west to Minnesota and south to Texas and Florida. It is also native to the Old World. The Garden Club of Virginia and the Garden Club of Norfolk supported its bid for office as the state flower. One legislator proposed the Virginia creeper. It reportedly lost by

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  • Everwilde Farms - 800 Indian Paintbrush Native Wildflower Seeds - Gold Vault Jumbo Seed Packet

    Indian Paintbrush, one of the most well-known and loved wildflowers, grows over much of the western United States. Nearly 150 different varieties of this species exist, one of which has been named Wyoming's official state flower. This species was first described for scientific records in 1825 by noted German botanist Kurt Sprengel. Indian Paintbrush is classified as hemiparasitic, meaning that it relies on the roots of nearby plants to receive some of the nutrients it needs; this does not harm other plants.

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  • Commonwealth ( State ) Of Kentucky Flag 3x5 Ft Poly With Grommets -

    3x5 Foot Commonwealth of Kentucky Flag The flag consists of the Commonwealth's seal on a navy blue field, surrounded by the words "Commonwealth of Kentucky" above and sprigs of goldenrod, the state flower, below. The seal depicts two friends embracing. Popular belief claims that the buckskin-clad man on the left is Daniel Boone, who was largely responsible for the exploration of Kentucky, and the man in the suit on the right is Henry Clay, Kentucky's most famous statesman. However, the official

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  • Official US State Flowers - ALABAMA

    Official US State Flowers - ALABAMA Camellia (Genus Camellia) On August 26, 1959, the camellia became Alabama’s new state flower. No particular variety of camellia was designated. Since Alabama’s official colors are red and white, the red camellia is considered by some the official state flower.Camellias can also be white, pink, or a mixture. Alabama’s state flower is the only symbol not native to Alabama. It’s from Asia. Camellias are named for G.J. Kamel, a Jesuit priest who traveled in Asia in the

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  • State Flower of Arizona

    State Flower of Arizona Flower: Saguaro Blossom (Carnegiea Gigantea) Very little has been recorded about the adoption of Arizona’s state flower, the bloom of the saguaro (suh.GWA.roh, suh.WAH.roh) cactus. The cactus itself was depicted on Arizona’s first territorial seal in 1863. The saguaro’s blossom was adopted as the official territorial flower on March 18, 1901. The state flower bill passed on March 16, 1931. The fragrant, waxy white saguaro blossom is among the most unique of state flowers. The sweet

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  • Micro-trains Line 021 00 405 N Scale North Dakota State Car

    ironhorsehobbyshop store N Scale North Dakota State Car 021 00 405 This 40’ standard box car with plug door is car #41 of a 50-car series representing each of the 50 states in the union. It bears the Western Meadowlark and Wild Prairie Rose, North Dakota's official state bird and flower. The flag of the state of North Dakota is in the background. The road number 1889 represents the year the ‘The Peace Garden State’ was admitted into the union.

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  • Official US State Flowers - ARIZONA

    Official US State Flowers - ARIZONA Saguaro Blossom (Carnegiea Gigantea) Very little has been recorded about the adoption of Arizona’s state flower, the bloom of the saguaro (suh.GWA.roh, suh.WAH.roh) cactus. The cactus itself was depicted on Arizona’s first territorial seal in 1863. The saguaro’s blossom was adopted as the official territorial flower on March 18, 1901. The state flower bill passed on March 16, 1931. The fragrant, waxy white saguaro blossom is among the most unique of state flowers. The

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  • State Birds and Flowers

    > State Birds and Flowers State Birds and Flowers White Mountain Puzzles Painted in the style of Audubon, this beautiful puzzle features all 50 official state birds and flowers including Washington, D.C. and four commonwealths.

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  • State Flower of North Dakota

    State Flower of North Dakota Flower: Wild Prairie Rose (Rosa Arkansana) The wild prairie rose became a favorite of students of the University of North Dakota back in 1889. The school’s first graduating class realized their school had no official colors. So they chose pink and green, the colors of the prairie rose. They noted that the colors were suggestive of our green prairies and rosy prospects. The North Dakota Federation of Women’s Clubs voted for a state flower in 1898, followed by a vote by North

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  • North Dakota State Flags & Banners

    North Dakota Flags & Banners (10 ) Outdoor » North Dakota State Flags & Banners North Dakota State Flags & Banners North Dakota State Flags & Banners available in all sizes in nylon and polyester. Showing 1 - 10 of 10 results Information and history of the state of North Dakota North Dakota was explored in 1738–1740 by French Canadians led by Sieur de la Verendrye. In 1803, the U.S. acquired most of North Dakota from France in the Louisiana Purchase. The first settlements were made at Pembina in 1812

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  • Kentucky State Flags

    Kentucky State Flags Kentucky State Flags The Kentucky State Flag was adopted in 1918 and was amended in 1928 and 1962. On the current flag the Kentucky State Seal and the inscription, “Commonwealth of Kentucky,” appear against a background of blue. Symbolic of the people, the pioneer and the statesman who are shaking hands on the seal are acting out the state motto, “United We Stand, Divided We Fall.” Kentucky’s state flower, the goldenrod also makes an appearance on the flag, with sprays that extend in a

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  • State Flowers in Stained Glass

    State Flowers in Stained Glass HALF -PRICE ! Special pricing! Reg $18.00 Your Price: $8.98 51 full size suncatcher designs of each official state flower, including the District of Columbia. All are shown in full color, with suggestions for creating various sized panels . Code : 7677 Price : $8 .98 Special pricing! Reg $18.00 Shipping Weight : 0 .50 pounds "I want to thank you for my order. It arrived perfectly and in 4 days of ordering (even on the weekend). With gas prices as they are, ordering

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  • WV State

    WV State This is not just part of USA- it is part of your live. Your favorite state now can take its place on your charms bracelet. Beautiful West Virginia State Italian Charm is made from high quality stainless steel. The shape of the WV state is painted in light purple enamel over white, round background. This state can be your home, your favorite vacation place or just place you want to visit. Keep memories about your special place on your bracelet. RELATED PRODUCTS Massachusetts State Flag Shown here

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  • Official US State Flowers - MAINE

    Official US State Flowers - MAINE Pine Cone & Tassel (Eastern) White Pine (Pinus Strobus) A number of states have adopted arboreal blossoms, or flowers that bloom on trees, as state flowers. But can you imagine adopting a pine cone as a state flower? That’s exactly what Maine did! For the 1893 World’s Fair in Chicago, States were asked to choose floral emblems. Three candidates were chosen. Two, the goldenrod and apple blossom, were genuine flowers. The third was the pine cone and tassel. The pine cone won

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  • Wisconsin State Flags & Banners

    Wisconsin Flags & Banners (10 ) Outdoor » Wisconsin State Flags & Banners Wisconsin State Flags & Banners Wisconsin State Flags & Banners available in all sizes in nylon and polyester. Showing 1 - 10 of 10 results Information and history of the state of Wisconsin The first European to visit what became Wisconsin was the French explorer Jean Nicolet.Great Britain won control of the region following the French and Indian War in 1763. Wisconsin became a territorial possession of the United States in 1783

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  • Vintage Collectible Ceramic RED CARDINAL BIRD & FLOWERS Quilting Thimb

    Vintage collectible ceramic red cardinal bird and pink flowers quilting thimble, with a red cardinal bird in the center surrounded by variegated green leaves and pink flowers, with a thin band of hand-painted gold metallic trim along the base. This flat-top ceramic thimble has incised lines and a deep depression on the top instead of dimples as a sewing thimble would have. A quilting thimble has a deep depression with edged top that allows you to control the needle while rocking it back and forth through

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  • West Virginia State Flags

    West Virginia State Flags West Virginia State Flags West Virginia’s state flower, the rhododendron, encircles the state seal on this official flag which was adopted in 1929. Two men, who represent a farmer and a miner, flank a rock bearing the date June 20, 1863, the date West Virginia became a state. The state motto, “Montani Semper Liberi,” Latin for “Mountaineers are always free,” is inscribed on a red ribbon that appears above the seal . AmericanFlags .com is proud to carry West Virginia State Flags in

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  • 2x3' West Virginia State Flag - Nylon

    2x3' West Virginia State Flag - Nylon 2x3' West Virginia State Flag - Nylon High quality outdoor nylon West Virginia state flags. Our WV flags are fully dyed for great outdoor performance. Four rows of stiching on the fly end make our WV Flags durable in all conditions. WV Flags are finished with a canvas header and two brass grommets. All our West Virginia Flags are proudly made in the USA. -- West Virginia broke away from the state of Virginia and joined the Union as a free state on June 20, 1863. Later

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  • Coreopsis leavenworthii (Leavenworth's Tickseed) Wildflower Seeds

    Coreopsis leavenworthii (Leavenworth's Tickseed) Wildflower Seeds 1/4 Lb: (113g) . . . $13.60 About Leavenworth's Tickseed: This lovely wildflower has been named for Melines Conkling Leavenworth (1796-1862), a botanist who collected this specimen from his native Florida as well as many others throughout the southeastern United States. Its common name of “tickseed” comes from the resemblance of the seeds to that particular bug. Hardiness and love of dry soil make the flowers in this family especially

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  • Alaska State Flag 2x3

    > Alaska State Flag 2x3 Alaska State Flag 2x3 alaska23 Product Description Beautiful , brilliant colors, fast to sun and rain, are dyed into 100% nylon, with its soft supple hand. Our superb construction, complete with heavy canvas heading and brass grommets lasts and lasts. Crafted to exacting specifications, our seals and designs are thoroughly researched and fully authenticated, conforming to official state specifications. All intricate emblems are faithfully and accurately reproduced in fine detail.

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  • 502 00 544 40' Massachusetts State Car #44 of 50 (Z Scale)

    502 00 544 40' Massachusetts State Car #44 of 50 (Z Scale) 502 00 544 40' Massachusetts State Car #44 of 50 (Z Scale ) Massachusetts State Car Road Number: MA 1788 This 40' standard box car with plug door is car #43 of a 50-car series representing each of the 50 states in the union. It bears the Iris and Mockingbird, Tennessee's official state flower and bird. The flag of the state of Tennessee is in the background. The road number 1796 represents the year the 'Volunteer State' was admitted into the union.

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  • Kansas State Flag

    shopping cart Kansas State Flag Featured here is the official state flag of Kansas. On a navy blue field is a sunflower, the state flower. In the picture of the state seal are thirty-four stars representing the order of statehood. Above the stars is the motto "To the Stars Through Difficulties". On the seal a sunrise overshadows a farmer plowing a field near his log cabin, a steamboat sailing the Kansas River. RELATED PRODUCTS Newfoundland , Canada Flag Photo Charm The Newfoundland flag, displayed here, on

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  • Official US State Flowers - IDAHO

    Official US State Flowers - IDAHO Syringa (Philadelphus Lewisii) Perhaps no other state flower has as many names as Idaho’s. It is often called the mock orange for the resemblance of the flower and its scent to the orange blossom. Much of the confusion stems from the fact that Syringa is also the scientific name for the lilac. It all started with herbalists, who placed Idaho’s state flower, the lilac, and jasmine in a group named Syringa. The syringa was adopted as Idaho’s state flower in 1931. However,

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