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What is the state flower for Kentucky?

Last Updated: 11th April, 2020

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Keeping this in consideration, why is the goldenrod the state flower of Kentucky?

Kentucky State Flower. In fact, the trumpet vine was assigned by the United States War Department as the official symbol for the Kentucky militia. Things began to change around 1921 when the Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs began to promote goldenrod as an appropriate floral representative of the Bluegrass State.

what is the state tree of Kentucky? Tulip tree

Also know, what is the state bird and flower of Kentucky?

Northern cardinal

What is the state motto for Kentucky?

United we stand, divided we fall

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What is Goldenrod used for?

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Does goldenrod bloom in the spring?

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Who is on the Kentucky flag?

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What is the symbol for Kentucky?

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Bird Cardinal Cardinalis cardinalis 1926
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What color is the state tree?

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What does the Kentucky state tree look like?

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Who is famous from Kentucky?

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How do I identify a tree in Kentucky?

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