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What is the state flower in Alabama?
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Furthermore, what does Alabama's state flower mean?
In 1927 a bill was introduced in the Alabama Legislature by Representative T. E. Martin, of Montgomery County, making the goldenrod the state flower. Because there are several types of camellia, in June 1999, the Legislature designated that the camellia, Camellia japonica L., is the official state flower of Alabama.
Secondly, 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.
Beside above, what color is the state flower of Alabama?
Camellia flowers are large and prominent with anywhere from five to nine petals. They vary in color but generally are found boasting brilliant shades of white, pink, and red (and even yellow in a few species).
Which state flower is Camellia?