What is the state flower of Pennsylvania?

The state flower of Pennsylvania is the mountain laurel. It was designated as the official state flower in 1937. The mountain laurel is a shrub that can grow up to 8 feet tall and has dark green leaves and clusters of white, pink, or purple flowers.

Top selling flowers in Pennsylvania?

According to the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture, the top five flowers sold in Pennsylvania are: roses, carnations, lilies, Gerbera daisies, and tulips. In terms of dollar value, roses are the top seller.

What are the best flower bouquets in Pennsylvania?

There are many beautiful flower bouquets to be found in Pennsylvania. Some of our favorites include: 1) The Classic Bouquet from Bloomsburg Floral Boutique - This simple bouquet features pink roses and white lilies accented with baby's breath. 2) Springtime Sunrise Bouquet from Hamilton Flower Shop - This pretty arrangement features orange gerbera daisies, purple irises, yellow tulips, and pink Asiatic lilies. 3) Country Garden Bouquet from North Hills Flower Shop - This rustic arrangement includes sunflowers, wildflowers, statice, solidago, and more. 4) A Dozen mixed roses from The Youngstown Florist - These classic red roses are sure to show your loved one how much you care.

Tips on selecting a bouquet with a florist.

1. Plan ahead.
When selecting a bouquet with a florist, it is important to plan ahead. Many popular flowers (like roses) may not be available if you wait until the last minute.

Consider your recipient's favorite flowers.
If you know your recipient's favorite flower(s), ask your florist for suggestions based on those flowers.

3) Choose a budget before you shop- this will help narrow down your options and help you stay within your spending limit.
4) Think about the occasion- whether it is for a birthday, anniversary, or just because, choosing a bouquet that corresponds with the occasion can add an extra special touch.