45+ New Jersey State Flower Pictures. In 1971, at the urging of new jersey's garden clubs, legislation more specifically designating the common meadow violet, (viola sororia,) as the state flower was enacted. It wasn't until 1971, at the urging of new jersey garden clubs, that legislation was finally passed to specify the common meadow violet (viola sororia) as the official.
But the resolution's power ended when the 1914 legislative session began. Abescon lighthouse, zimmerli museum, & jersey shore. It can also be eaten.
Unfortunately the force of resolution ended with referred to committee on state government.
New jersey's nickname is garden state. Also known as the purple or hooded violet, the state flower can be found in many backyard gardens. the resolution was not made official until 1971, when a variety of new jersey garden clubs pushed for it. New york, pennsylvania & delaware. Be it enacted by the senate and.