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The U.S. state of Indiana has 13 official state emblems, as well as other designated official and .... From 1923 to 1931, the state flower was the flower of the tulip tree. From 1931 to 1957, the state flower was the Zinnia. American Sign Language ...

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The peony (Paeonia) was designated as the state flower of Indiana in 1957 (from 1931 to 1957 the zinnia was the state flower).

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Official state symbols, emblems, and icons of Indiana - places to see in ... Republic Aviation P-47 Thunderbolt, official state aircraft of Indiana. ... State Flower.

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The peony (Paeonia) was adopted as the state flower by the 1957 General Assembly (Indiana Code 1-2-7). From 1931 to 1957 the zinnia was the state flower.

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The peony (Paeonia) was adopted as the state flower by the 1957 General Assembly (Indiana Code 1-2-7). From 1931 to 1957 the zinnia was the state flower.

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Facts about Indiana State Flower, the Peony with interesting information, pictures of Indiana State Flower and native flowers of Indiana.

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Jan 16, 2017 ... Indiana has chosen no fewer than four plants as the state flower in its history, including the Carnation, the Tulip Tree Flower and the Zinnia.

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On March 15, 1957, the peony became Indiana's fourth state flower! The peony, ( Paeonia,) was adopted as the state flower by the 1957 General Assembly ...

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Apr 14, 2018 ... The Indiana General Assembly adopted the peony as the state flower in 1957. The bloom, usually red or pink though sometimes white, typically ...