What is the Indiana State Tree?

Published 04/05/2007 08:22 AM   |    Updated 04/17/2007 11:40 PM

What is the Indiana State Tree?

Indiana State Tree is the  Tulip Tree.  Adopted by the Indiana General Assembly 1931.

The Tulip tree or yellow poplar blooms  in May and June. It’s leaf is in the border of our state seal. The tree attains great height and can be found throughout the state. The leaf is distinctive, and the lovely, bell-shaped, greenish-yellow flowers appear in May or June. The soft white wood has many uses.

Indiana Code: 1-2-7

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