There are forty-one states in the Union that have a state flower.
The beautiful blossom of the Sage of the Desert is the state flower of Arizona.
Several years ago the school-children of Colorado selected by vote a state flower and a State tree.
The hardy and ubiquitous sunflower has been chosen as the state flower or floral emblem.
It is very abundant in Montana, where it has been adopted as the state flower.
The fragrant prairie rose, the state flower, blossoms profusely in fields and along roadsides.
The vote was then submitted to the state legislature and a resolution adopted making the state flower legal.