State Flower

Pink and White Lady Slipper (cypripedium reginae)
The pink and white lady slipper is one of Minnesota's rarest wildflowers. Thriving in swamps, bogs, and damp woods, they grow slowly, taking 4 to 16 years to produce their first flower. Sometimes they live for 50 years and grow four feet tall. They bloom in late June or early July. It is illegal to pick the lady slipper.

Minnesota Statutes 2004 - 1.142 State flower

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