The following is a list of the officially designated symbols of the U.S. state of
Missouri. ... Flower · Hawthorn (also known as "red haw" or "wild haw") Crataegus
Missouri designated the white hawthorn blossom as the official state flower in
1923; Missouri is home to as many as 100 species of hawthorn.
Dec 10, 2015 ... Discover the interesting history of Missouri's State Flower, The White Hawthorn
Blossom. Learn of its origins, blooming cycle & why it was ...
Missouri State Flower The White Hawthorn Blossom was named the state flower
of Missouri on March 16, 1923. These flowers are white and grow in bunches on
Jul 29, 2005 ... About the Missouri state flower, Hawthorn Blossom (Crataegus), and its adoption
as the state flower.
State symbols of Missouri: the state seal, the state American folk dance, the state
animal, the state bird, the state flag, and the state floral emblem.
Find details and a picture of the Missouri State Flower. Browse Missouri Flower
history and characteristics.
Our state flower, the hawthorn, is solidly represented in Missouri. There are about
100 different kinds of hawthorns that occupy almost every kind of soil in every ...
On March 16, 1923, Governor Arthur M. Hyde signed a bill naming the white
hawthorn blossom the official state floral emblem of Missouri. Known as the "red ...
State Animal: Mule, State Flower: Hawthorn. State Song: “Missouri Waltz", State
Tree: Dogwood. National Forest: 1 • State Parks: 48. Famous for: Branson ...