The following is a list of officially designated symbols of the U.S. state of North
Dakota. ... Esox lucius: State horse: Nokota horse · State flower: wild prairie rose,
Rosa arkansana: State...
North Dakota designated the wild prairie rose (Rosa blanda or Rosa arkansana)
as the official state flower in 1907. Found growing along North Dakota ...
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enter to ... state flower of north dakota - click for larger image Wild Prairie Rose.
Learn the interesting history and meaning behind North Dakota's state flower, the
Wild Prairie Rose. Article complete with fun facts and trivia.
North Dakota State Symbols, Songs, and Emblems ... Easy-to-read text covers
major North Dakota symbols such as the state flag, seal, bird, tree, flower, animal,
The Wild Prairie Rose became the official state flower in 1907. It has five pink
petals with yellow stamens in the center. This flower grows wild along roadsides
North Dakota State Flower. image of Iowa State Flower - Pink Wild Prairie Rose
Rosa Blanda or Arkansana, which is also known as Rosa Pratincula, commonly ...
Find details and a picture of the North Dakota State Flower, the Wild Prairie Rose.
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The state flower for North Dakota is the wild prairie rose.
The giant turtle on the side of Century Avenue in Dunseith, North Dakota, was
erected in 1982 to pay homage to the nearby Turtle Mountain State Park.