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What color is the state flower of Alabama?
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Subsequently, one may also ask, what is the state flower for Alabama?
Furthermore, what is the symbol for Alabama? Species
|Insect||Monarch butterfly Danaus plexippus||1989|
|Reptile||Alabama red-bellied turtle Pseudemys alabamensis||1990|
|Shell||Johnstone's junonia Scaphella junonia johnstoneae||1990|
|Tree||Southern longleaf pine Pinus palustris||1997|
Herein, what does the Alabama state flower look like?
Alabama's state flower, Camellia is the only symbol not native to Alabama. Camellia flowers are large and conspicuous, 1-12 cms in diameter, with (in natural conditions) 5-9 petals. Camellias vary in colour from white to pink and red, and yellow in a few species.
What is Alabama famous for?
The state is known for its iron and steel natural resources, Southern hospitality, sweet tea, and football—especially the fierce rivalry between the Auburn Tigers and the Alabama Crimson Tide.