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This is a list of the state symbols of the U.S. state of Wisconsin. Contents. 1 Insignia; 2 Species ... Flower · Wood violet. Viola sororia, 1909, Viola sororia in ...

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This is a list of U.S. state, federal district, and territory flowers: State federal district or territory, Common name, Scientific name, Image, Year. Alabama · Camellia ( state flower), Camellia japonica, Camellia japonica flower 2.jpg .... "Wisconsin State Flower - Wood Violet". statesymbolsusa.org. ^ "Wyoming State Flower Indian ...

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Official state symbols, emblems, and icons of Wisconsin - places to see in Wisconsin - landmarks, ... Wisconsin State Capitol building in Madison ... State Flower.

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Wisconsin designated the diminutive and delicate wood violet as the official state flower in 1909; chosen by Wisconsin's school children in 1908.

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Wisconsin State Flower large size graphic image and history.

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Oct 24, 2018 ... The wood violet is the state flower of Wisconsin. ... The state flower of Wisconsin is the wood violet, also known as the common blue violet or the ...

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Facts about Wisconsin State Flower, the Wood violet with interesting information about Wisconsin State Flower , pictures of Wisconsin State Flower and native ...

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The Wood Violet, (Viola papilionacea,) was adopted as Wisconsin's state flower on June 4, 1949. Find details on the flower's adoption and law, its characteristics  ...

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Jan 16, 2017 ... Wisconsin school children picked the Wood Violet to be state flower in 1909, but it was not officially designated the state flower until 1949.