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Identification Statistics > State tree (most recent) by state

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States (A to Z) Description
Alabama Longleaf Pine
Alaska Sitka Spruce
Arizona Palo verde
Arkansas Loblolly Pine
California California redwoods
Colorado Colorado Blue Spruce
Connecticut Charter white oak
Delaware American Holly
District of Columbia Scarlet Oak
Florida Sabal Palmetto
Georgia Live oak
Guam Ipil
Hawaii Kukui nut tree
Idaho Western White Pine
Illinois White oak
Indiana Tulip-tree
Iowa Bur Oak
Kansas Cottonwood
Kentucky Tulip Poplar
Louisiana Bald cypress
Maine Eastern White Pine
Maryland White oak
(see also: Wye Oak)
Massachusetts American Elm
Michigan Eastern White Pine
Minnesota Red Pine
Mississippi Magnolia
Missouri Flowering dogwood
Montana Ponderosa Pine
Nebraska Cottonwood
Nevada Single-leaf Pinyon
New Hampshire American White Birch
New Jersey Northern red oak
New Mexico Pinyon
New York Sugar Maple
North Carolina Pine
North Dakota American Elm
Ohio Ohio Buckeye
Oklahoma Eastern Redbud
Oregon Douglas-fir
Pennsylvania Eastern Hemlock
Puerto Rico Silk-cotton tree
Rhode Island Red maple
South Carolina Cabbage Palmetto
South Dakota Black Hills Spruce
Tennessee Tulip-tree
Texas Pecan
Utah Blue Spruce
Vermont Sugar Maple
Virginia Flowering dogwood
Washington Western Hemlock
West Virginia Sugar Maple
Wisconsin Sugar Maple
Wyoming Plains cottonwood

SOURCE: Wikipedia: List of U.S. state trees

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