What was the state flower of Oklahoma until 2004?
Simply so, what is the official state flower of Oklahoma?
Also Know, why is the Oklahoma rose the state flower? In the crowded world of hybrid Roses and the like, the Oklahoma state flower stands out because of its fragrance and beauty. It produces an “old rose” scent that is described as “delightful,” “strong” and “sweet.” It also produces outstanding double blooms with up to 50 petals and a rich, velvety red color.
Besides, is the mistletoe the state flower of Oklahoma?
A parasitic plant used in Christmas decorations, mistletoe (Phoradendron serotinum) is Oklahoma's official floral emblem. The territorial legislature so designated the plant on February 11, 1893, in House Bill 49. Introduced by Rep. J. A. Wimberly.
What is the bird fish flower reptile and rock for the state of Oklahoma?
|Flower||Oklahoma rose||25 O.S.3§92, 2004|
|Vegetable||Watermelon||25 OS § 98.15,2007|
|Bird||Scissor-tailed flycatcher (Muscivora forficata)||25 O.S.3§98, 1951|