The state flower of Oklahoma is the Oklahoma rose. This rose has the most fragrant scent of the hybrid tea roses. The Oklahoma rose is dark red and comes close to resembling black velvet in warm weather.
Roses have been in existence for over 35 million years and are found growing naturally throughout North America. The rose is the U.S. national flower, and Oklahoma is not the only state with a certain type of rose as its state flower. The rose is the state flower of New York, the Cherokee rose is the state flower of Georgia and the wild prairie rose is the state flower of North Dakota.