Official State Flower of Alaska
The Official State Flower of Alaska is forget-me-not (Myosotis alpestris). The state flower of Alaska was adopted in 1917. The wild native alpine forget-me-not displays actual blue flowers that belong to one of the few plant families.
The small wild native alpine forget-me-not (Myosotis alpestris) and several other varieties are grown in midsummer from late June to late July.. The other varieties of alpine forget-me-not are splendid forget-me-nots and mountain forget-me-nots.
The beautiful blue Alaska flower alpine forget-me-not grows5 to 12 inches across Alaska in open, rocky places high in the mountains. The flowers have five sky blue colored connected salviform petals that are a quarter to a third of an inch wide. They have a white inner ring and a yellow center.
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Alaska flower – Alpine forget-me-not Facts
- The Botanical Name of Alaska State Flower, Alpine forget-me-not is Myosotis alpestris.
- The official state Flower of Alaska USA was adopted in year 1917.
- Alpine forget-me-not blooms in Mid summer between June to July.
- The Alpine Forget-Me-Not was adopted as the official state flower of Alaska 42 years before it was officially admitted as the 49th state of the U.S.A.
- The state flag of USA have blue background which is inspired by Alpine Forget-Me-Not blue color.