The New York state flower is the rose, regardless of its species or color. It was officially adopted on April 20, 1955. Traditionally, the rose is a symbol of love, beauty and compassion. More »

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When it comes to New York, the sightseeing options are endless. There is a little taste of something in its neighborhoods to please everyone, from the famous New York delis to the Statue of Liberty. More »

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. More »

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New York state is 54,475 square miles and is the 27th-largest state in the United States. As of 2013, it had a population of over 19 million people, making it the third most populous state. More »

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You can find Catholic high schools in New York state by visiting the websites of the Catholic dioceses within the state. The Archdiocese of New York, as well as the Dioceses of Albany, Buffalo, Rochester and Syracuse, pr... More »

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Shrubs that flower in autumn include the indigenous Plectranthus species, sasanqua camellia, purple pearls, red wall and rose glow. Other autumn-flowering shrubs include ribbon bush, bush violet, lion's ear and the misty... More »

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A cherry blossom is the flower of any of the more than 400 species of cherry blossom trees of the genus Prunas. A favorite of gardeners, the fragrant flowers typically range from white to pink or purple and appear in the... More »