Mayflower was adopted as Nova Scotia's official flower in 1901.
The botanical name is Epigaea repens. It is also called Trailing
Pacific Dogwood was chosen as the floral for British Columbia's
emblem in 1956. The botanical name is Cornus nuttallii.
Prairie Crocus was adopted as Manitoba's flower symbol in 1906.
This flower is not really a crocus but Anemon patens or Pasque
Flower. Today it is widely known as Prairie Crocus.
Prairie Lily was officially adopted as Saskatchewan's floral
symbol in 1941.The botanical name is Lilium philadelphicum var.
Edward Island’s floral symbol has changed names three
times since its adoption in 1947. The Lady's slipper is part
of the orchid family. It is also known as Moccasin Flower. The
botanical name is Cypripedium hirsutum.
1936 the Violet was designated as provincial flower for New
Brunswick It is also known as Bog Violet or Marsh Blue Violet.
The botanical name is Viola cucullata.
Victoria chose the Pitcher Plant in 1865 to be used on Newfoundland’s
new penny. And after Newfoundland became Canada’s province,
in 1949, the Pitcher Plant become its floral emblem in 1954.
The plant’s botanical name is Sarracenia purpurea.
White Trillium was recognized as Ontario's provincial flower
in 1937. It is known botanically as Trillium grandiflorum.
1957, Fireweed became the floral emblem representing the Yukon
Territory. The botanical name is Epilobium angustifolium
1999 the Blue Iris replaced the non-native Madonna Lily or white
lily as Quebec's flower symbol
choose Wild rose for its floral symbol in 1930. The botanical
name is Rosa acicularis.
Mountain Avens became the Northwest Territories flower in 1957.
The botanical name is Dryas integrifolia