South Carolina State Flower Yellow Jessamine

South Carolina State Flower – The Yellow Jessamine

To many South Carolinians, the sweet fragrance of the yellow jessamine signals the welcome return of spring. Each year after the cold of winter dissipates; yellow flowers emerge on the climbing vine of the South Carolina state flower.

South Carolina State Flower – The Yellow Jessamine

To many South Carolinians, the sweet fragrance of the yellow jessamine signals the welcome return of spring. Each year after the cold of winter dissipates; yellow flowers emerge on the climbing vine of the South Carolina state flower.

Washington State Flower Coastal Rhododendron

Washington State Flower – The Coast Rhododendron

While it may be Washington’s state flower, the coast rhododendron’s range extends beyond the state’s borders. It reaches north into British Columbia and as far south as Monterey, California.

Washington State Flower – The Coast Rhododendron

While it may be Washington’s state flower, the coast rhododendron’s range extends beyond the state’s borders. It reaches north into British Columbia and as far south as Monterey, California.

Delware State Flower Peach Blossom

Delaware State Flower – The Peach Blossom

The gorgeous Peach Blossom, which is considered to be a tree as well as a flower, became the official State flower of Delaware just over 100 years after Delaware accepted statehood.

Delaware State Flower – The Peach Blossom

The gorgeous Peach Blossom, which is considered to be a tree as well as a flower, became the official State flower of Delaware just over 100 years after Delaware accepted statehood.

New York State Flower The Rose

New York State Flower – The Rose

Even though the school children of New York state were asked to vote for state flower as early as 1890, for some reason the state legislature never officially proclaimed a winner until 1955.

New York State Flower – The Rose

Even though the school children of New York state were asked to vote for state flower as early as 1890, for some reason the state legislature never officially proclaimed a winner until 1955.

Texas State Flower Bluebonnet

Texas State Flower – The Bluebonnet

While most sources currently list Lupinus texensis as the Texas State Flower, the state government expanded the definition in 1971 to include all native species of bluebonnets.

Texas State Flower – The Bluebonnet

While most sources currently list Lupinus texensis as the Texas State Flower, the state government expanded the definition in 1971 to include all native species of bluebonnets.