The following is a list of symbols of the U.S. state of Arizona. The majority of the
items in the list .... state legislature: the state seal, state colors, state flag, state
songs, state bird, stat...
Palo Verde was designated the official state tree of Arizona in 1954. Two species
of Palo Verde are native to the Sonoran Desert in Arizona. Palo Verde seeds ...
Arizona State Tree - Yellow Palo Verde - Parkinsonia microphylla ... at seeds,
sharply pointed at ends, light brown, matures in the summer, persist on the tree.
In 1954, the State of Arizona named the Palo Verde as its State Tree. The
legislature did not distinguish between the two species of this tree that are native
to the ...
Oct 6, 2005 ... Arizona's state tree was adopted in 1954. It was introduced to the Twenty-first
Legislature of Arizona by Mrs. Thode of Pinal and several others.
Find details and a picture of the Arizona state tree, the Blue Paloverde (
Parkinsonia florida). Access other Arizona state symbols.
Palo Verde. On April 9, 1954 the Palo Verde was declared Arizona's official state
tree. Palo Verde is Spanish for "green stick." There are two native Palo Verde ...
State Tree: Palo Verde ... Small leaves, but the tree is bare most of the year. ...
RANGE: Southern Arizona and California into northern Sinaloa and southern
The Palo Verde was designated the official state tree of Arizona in 1954. "Palo
Verde" is Spanish for "green stick." They bloom in the spring (late march to early ...
Records 602 - 926 ... The palo verde meaning "green stick" is the state tree.