Kentucky State Flower Goldenrod

Kentucky State Flower – The Goldenrod

Kentucky lawmakers chose the leggy yellow Goldenrod plant to replace bluegrass in 1926 after gardening clubs complained that bluegrass represented only one region of the geographically diverse state.

Kentucky State Flower – The Goldenrod

Kentucky lawmakers chose the leggy yellow Goldenrod plant to replace bluegrass in 1926 after gardening clubs complained that bluegrass represented only one region of the geographically diverse state.

New Hampshire State Flower Purple Lilac

New Hampshire State Flower – The Purple Lilac

Depending on what site or book you read… you’ll hear that the Purple Lilac is indeed the State flowers, of New Hampshire… or perhaps it’s Pink Lady’s Slipper. Upon closer review, however, one will learn the Pink Lady’s Slipper is the State’s Wildflower (which is actually a plant).

New Hampshire State Flower – The Purple Lilac

Depending on what site or book you read… you’ll hear that the Purple Lilac is indeed the State flowers, of New Hampshire… or perhaps it’s Pink Lady’s Slipper. Upon closer review, however, one will learn the Pink Lady’s Slipper is the State’s Wildflower (which is actually a plant).