Question by  worker4228 (17)

What is the flower of the state of Florida?

I need some basic information on the flower of the state of Florida, what it looks like, its name etc.


Answer by  PlantLover (142)

Adopted in 1909 it is the Orange Blossom. It is a white four petaled almost rubbery looking flower. It has a large tall stamen in the center of the petals that is surrounded by long white stamen that fit closely together and form a cup around the center stamen. It emits a wonderful smell.


Answer by  margiep (422)

The state flower of Florida is the orange blossom. It has a white bloom with a yellow tinted stamen. It is a very fragrant bloom.


Answer by  Regina (40)

The Orange Blossom is found on orange trees. It is very fragrant and can even be made into perfume. The Orange Blossom is white with typically five petals, a white trumpet that is trimmed in yellow, and has a yellow stem with a ball on the end at its center.


Answer by  ezmonster (12)

The orange blossom, designated the State Flower of Florida by the legislature on November 15, 1909, is a fragrant white flower that is extremely common in central and south Florida.

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