Indiana State Flower

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Indiana State Flower: Peony

Scientific Name: Paeonia

State Flower Description: The Peony produces large, fragrant flowers in red to white or yellow, light pink to magenta in late spring and early summer. Peony is very popular in gardens and makes a great cut flower.

Where It's Found: Peony flowers are grown as ornamental plants in gardens for their very large, often scented cut flowers. Peony is native to Asia, Southern Europe and Western North America.

Indiana State Flower Dedication: 1957

 

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