N.C. state symbols PLANTS. By Jackson Harli Kaden and Emily. State flower-the Dogwood . the dogwood became the state flower on march 15 1981. The dogwood leaves can grow up to 5 in long. The dogwoods scientific name is Cornus Florida The four pedals are also called bracts.
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N.C. state symbols PLANTS
By Jackson Harli Kaden and Emily
fall can be up to 8 in long.
The Carolina lily was declared the state wildflower in 2003
It grows 2-3 feet tall
The pedals bend backwards and fold over at the tips
It blooms in the summer but can bloom as late as
Lilum michauxil is its scientific name
As you can see in this picture of the Carolina lily it
Is a beautiful orange color with brown