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AL State Symbols

Last Updated: May 23rd, 2010 - 21:01:09


Symbols for Alabama: Botanical and Garden Symbols
By Nora Kirkeby
Aug 15, 2006, 16:45 PST

Alabama State Flowers, Alabama State Soil, and State Trees

Alabama State Flower
Learn about the legislature that adopted the state flower, the camellia.
Source: Alabama Department of Archives & History

Alabama State Flower - Camellia - (Adobe Acrobat Required)
With everything from the history of camellias, to planting requirements, this page is helpful and colorful.
Source:Alabama Cooperative Extension System

Alabama State Soil - (Adobe Acrobat Required)
In 1997, the Bama soil series became Alabama’s official state soil. Learn about their significance in Alabama, and see a breakdown of their soil composition.
Source: National Recourses Conservation Service

Photo by William D. Boyer of the USDA Forest Service, courtesy of Forestry Images
Alabama State Tree (Longleaf Pine)
This has good information on the largemouth wild longleaf pine. The window will appear as a pop-up source rather than a link.
Source: eNature

Alabama State Tree
The Southern Longleaf Pine is Alabama’s official tree. This site has great information about the tree itself and half a dozen thumbnail photos.
Source: Alabama Forestry Commission

Alabama State Wild Flower
Because the Camellia was not a native plant to Alabama, the Legislature also designated a state wildflower: the Oak-leaf Hydrangea. Learn about this beautiful white flower.
Source: Alabama Department of Archives & History

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