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The State Flower of Montana is the Bitterroot (Lewisia rediviva).
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Bitterroot - Wikipedia

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Bitterroot, with the scientific name Lewisia rediviva, is a small perennial herb in the ... The bitterroot was selected as the Montana state flower on February 27, ...

Montanakids | State Flower Bitterroot

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State Flower Bitterroot. Bitterroot. A decade before the Spanish American War colored Montana's seal, a more subdued movement began to add beauty and a ...

Montana State Flower - The Bitterroot - ProFlowers Blog

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Dec 10, 2015 ... Learn the interesting history and meaning behind the bitterroot, and learn why Montana chose the bitterroot as its official state flower.

Montana State Flower - 50States.com

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Montana State Flower large size graphic image and history.

Montana State Flower - Bitterroot - State Symbols USA

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Montana designated bitterroot (Lewisia rediviva) as the official state flower in 1895; native Americans used the roots for food and trade.

Montana State Flowers - The Flower Expert

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Bitterroot was selected as the Montana State Flower on February 27, 1985 and borne on short stems during the month of March. Learn more Facts about ...

Montana - Symbols of Montana | State Symbols USA

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Official state symbols, emblems, and icons of Montana - places to see in ... Campus of University of Montana-Missoula ... Bitterroot flower (Lewisia rediviva).

Montana State Flower: The Bitterroot

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The bitterroot, voted the Montana State Flower in 1894, perennially sprouts beside snow banks as winter retreats. Its whiteish-pinkish-purple petals are an iconic ...

The Bitterroot Flower and it's role in the history of Montana

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The Bitterroot flower provided food for the Native American tribes and was used in trade. The Bitterroot became the offical State Flower of Montana in 1895.