New Brunswick: Purple Violets are a common sight in New Brunswick. An official emblem since 1936, these tiny flowers are also the state flower of New Jersey.

Flower-detail of Alpine Dog-violet / Alpine-violet / American Dog-violet / Dog-violet and Labrador-violet [Viola labradorica]

The Canada 150 tulip, the official tulip of Canada’s 150th anniversary, was unveiled today in Commissioners Park. More than 200,000 Canada 150 tulip...

The Canada 150 tulip, the official tulip of Canada’s anniversary, was unveiled today in Commissioners Park. More than Canada 150 tulip.

Officially adopted as Quebec's provincial flower in 1999, the blue flag iris is found between the St. Lawrence Valley and the James Bay shore. They'll be dotting green spaces with their indigo petals in a few weeks' time.

Officially adopted as Quebec's provincial flower in the blue flag iris is found between the St. Lawrence Valley and the James Bay shore. They'll be dotting green spaces with their indigo petals in a few weeks' time.

Nunavut's Provincial Flower - Purple Saxifrage (Arctic Poppy)

Nunavut's Provincial Flower - Purple Saxifrage (Arctic Poppy)

The Pacific dogwood has been British Columbia’s floral emblem since 1956. These big, white flowers bloom on tall trees in April and May.

British Columbia (BC) - Flower: In British Columbia, the flower of the dogwood tree (Cornus Nuttalli) became the official floral emblem in The columbine had also been suggested.

Nova Scotia ... provincial flower ... the Mayflower .. 1901

The "mayflower" is Nova Scotia's official flower.its blossoms thrive along the East Coast of North America

Provincial Flower of North West Territories (NWT) Dryas octopetala (common names include mountain avens)

Dryas octopetala - octopetala derives from the Greek octo (eight) and petalon (petal), referring to the eight petals of the flower, an unusual number in the Rosaceae, where five is the normal number.

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