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The Beautiful Indigenous Flowers of Michigan
Pyrus coronaria or more commonly known as the Apple blossom is the official floral emblem of the Michigan state. The Apple blossom was promoted to become the official flower of the state on February 9, 1897 as it was introduced through a proposed legislation by William Harris of Norwood.
It was a Joint Resolution that designated Apple blossoms, indigenous flowers Michigan the official state flower. The No.10 Joint Resolution that was made on that same year stated that the Apple blossom particularly the Pyrus coronaria specie is the most beautiful and the most fragrant indigenous flowers found in the state.
The state of Michigan however, adopted the proposed legislation of William Harris and made the Apple blossom as the official State Flower of Michigan through an act of legislature on the 28th of April, year 1897.
Apple blossoms or Pyrus coronaria which is now known as the Malus coronaria is only one of the many indigenous species of flowers that is found in Michigan. The state has a nickname for being “The Great Lake State” for it is surrounded by amazingly beautiful freshwater coastline. Michigan is estimated to have 11, 000 island lakes and around 36,000 miles of glorious streams.
The wetland ecosystem of Michigan hides most of its splendor. You can spot cuplike-yellow flowers that belong to the water lily family blooming during the late spring. These rubbery flowers can last all summer long along shallow waters, thriving in peace and quiet.
Species of Fringed Polygala and Lady’s Slippers are also indigenous flowers found in Michigan during the late spring and early summer seasons. These wildflowers are provided with their required moisture by the state’s wetland ecosystem.
Beautiful blending of colors happens all throughout the summer that extends to the fall season. The soft blending of magnificent flowers during this time of year will keep you breathless, like the Great Lobelias with its lush purple blossoms and Fringed Gentian’s soft lavender-blue hues.
You can also find Lathyrus Latifolius in Michigan. This indigenous specie is commonly known and referred to as the Everlasting Pea. The scarlet Indian Paintbrush also found the state as its home.
Other indigenous flowers you’ll find in Michigan are blossoms of Joe Pye Weed, Wild Bergamot and Wood Geraniums. You can also find here the blossom which has always been referred to as the state’s second floral emblem which is the “White Trillium Grandiforum. These indigenous flowers are found in abundance all throughout the northern and central areas of “The Great Lake State”.
The multi-colored beauty of nature and flowers of the state of Michigan indicates healthy ecosystem that contributes to such grandeur. Not only nature lovers but the common visitors of the state are awed by the greatness of the beautiful creation of Mother Nature you’ll find here in Michigan. With legislations protecting the wetlands and all the living things that lives and thrives in it, you can expect that this part of nature will continue to flourish and delight the people of its untamed beauty. Article by Oahu weddings  photography by


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