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statesymbolsusa.org/symbol-official-item/new-mexico/state-flower/yucca

Official State Flower of New Mexico. New Mexico designated the blossom of the desert yucca plant (pronounced “yuh-ka”) as the official state flower in 1927. All State Flowers. The yucca flower was selected by the schoolchildren of New Mexico and was recommended by the New Mexico Federation of Women's Clubs.

wuc.ose.state.nm.us/Plants

Welcome to New Mexico's Interactive Plant List! In an effort to instruct New Mexicans in the art of using outdoor water more efficiently, the New Mexico Office of the State Engineer, in collaboration with the US Bureau of Reclamation, is providing an expert-recommended list of low-water use, native or adaptive plants that thrive in our climate and save water.

aces.nmsu.edu/pubs/_circulars/CR374

New Mexico Range Plants. Circular 374 Revised by Christopher D. Allison and Nick Ashcroft College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences, New Mexico State University. Authors: Respectively, Range Management Specialist and Department Head; and Range Management Specialist, both of the Department of Extension Animal Sciences and Natural Resources, New Mexico State University.

www.emnrd.state.nm.us/SFD/ForestMgt/Endangered.html

The New Mexico Rare Plant Conservation Strategy is an integral part of the State of New Mexico’s Energy, Minerals, and Natural Resources Department, Forestry Division’s Forest Action Plan, which identifies natural resource conditions, needs and opportunities across all land ownerships in the state and guides long-term Division management.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Mexico

New Mexico is also bordered by the state of Texas to the east-southeast, Oklahoma to the northeast, and the Mexican states of Chihuahua to the south and Sonora to the southwest. With an estimated population of 2,096,829 as of the July 1, 2019, U.S. Census Bureau estimate, New Mexico is the 36th largest state by population.

statesymbolsusa.org/states/united-states/new-mexico

Official state symbols, emblems, and icons of New Mexico - places to see in New Mexico - landmarks, parks, historic markers, cities and towns - learn the culture and history of New Mexico!

plants.usda.gov/java/noxious?rptType=State&statefips=35

Introduced, Invasive, and Noxious Plants NRCS Invasive Species Policy Invasive Species Executive Order 13112. New Mexico State-listed Noxious Weeds 35 records returned. Click on an accepted name below to view its PLANTS Profile with more information, and web links if available.

www.hilltoplandscaping.com/resources/plants-and-trees-for-new-mexico-landscapes

Plants and Trees for New Mexico Landscapes. Use this searchable, sortable (by plant name and water usage) reference to assist you in making decisions about what kind of plants and trees to include in your next New Mexico landscaping project.Please note: specific plants may not always available.

www.britannica.com/place/New-Mexico

New Mexico, constituent state of the U.S., which became the 47th state of the union in 1912. It ranks fifth among the states in terms of total area and is bounded by Colorado to the north, Oklahoma and Texas to the east, Texas and Mexico to the south, and Arizona to the west. Its capital is Santa Fe.

www.emnrd.state.nm.us/SFD/ForestMgt/NewMexicoRarePlantConservationStategy.html

The New Mexico Rare Plant Conservation Strategy is an integral part of the State of New Mexico’s Energy, Minerals, and Natural Resources Department, Forestry Division’s Forest Action Plan, which identifies natural resource conditions, needs and opportunities across all land ownerships in the state and guides long-term Division management.