List of All U.S. State Trees with Pictures

Do you know which is the state tree of Texas or Hawaii? Well, besides them, get to know all the U.S. state trees, accompanied by pictures, given ahead.
Buzzle Staff Apr 21, 2019
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Did You Know?

The oak tree was designated as the national tree of the United States of America in November 2004. It is considered as a symbol of strength and endurance.
Each state has its own state tree, flower, or bird. These are designated by legislation. Sometimes, politics are involved, while in case of others, the citizens or children choose by voting. Sugar maple is the most popular tree, as it is the state tree of four states: New York, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Vermont.
All the state trees are native to its state, except Hawaii. Hawaii's state tree, the candlenut tree, was brought to the island by the first people. California and Nevada have two different species as their official trees. Here's a list of the state trees of all the 50 states of the United States.

List of State Trees of the United States

Alabama, North Carolina

Longleaf Pine
(Pinus palustris)

Alaska

Sitka Spruce
(Picea sitchensis)

Arizona

Blue Palo Verde
(Parkinsonia florida)

Arkansas

Loblolly Pine
(Pinus taeda)

California

Giant Sequoia
(Sequoiadendron giganteum)

Colorado

Colorado Blue Spruce
(Picea pungens)

Connecticut, Illinois, Maryland

White Oak
(Quercus alba)

Delaware

American Holly
(Ilex opaca)

Florida, South Carolina

Sabal Palm
(Sabal palmetto)

Georgia

Southern Live Oak
(Quercus virginiana)

Hawaii

Candlenut Tree
(Aleurites moluccana)

Idaho

Western White Pine
(Pinus monticola)

Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee

Tulip Tree
(Liriodendron tulipifera)

Iowa

Bur Oak
(Quercus macrocarpa)

Kansas, Nebraska, Wyoming

Eastern Cottonwood
(Populus deltoides)

Louisiana

Bald Cypress
(Taxodium distichum)

Maine, Michigan

Eastern White Pine
(Pinus strobus)

Massachusetts, North Dakota

American Elm
(Ulmus americana)

Minnesota

Red Pine
(Pinus resinosa)

Missouri, Virginia

Flowering Dogwood
(Cornus florida)

Montana

Ponderosa Pine
(Pinus ponderosa)

Nevada

Single-leaf Pinyon
(Pinus monophylla)

New Hampshire

American White Birch
(Betula papyrifera)

New Jersey

Northern Red Oak
(Quercus rubra)

New Mexico

PiƱon Pine
(Pinus edulis)

Ohio

Ohio Buckeye
(Aesculus glabra)

Oklahoma

Eastern Redbud
(Cercis canadensis)

Pennsylvania

Eastern Hemlock
(Tsuga canadensis)

Rhode Island

Red Maple
(Acer rubrum)

South Dakota

Black Hills Spruce
(Picea glauca)

Texas

Pecan
(Carya illinoinensis)

Utah

Quaking Aspen
(Populus tremuloides)

New York, Vermont, West Virginia, Wisconsin

Sugar Maple
(Acer saccharum)

Washington

Western Hemlock
(Tsuga heterophylla)

Oregon

Douglas Fir
(Pseudotsuga menziesii)

Other U.S. Possessions

American Samoa

Pandanus
(Pandanus)

District of Columbia

Scarlet Oak
(Quercus coccinea)

Northern Marianas

Flame Tree
(Quercus coccinea)

Puerto Rico

Silk-cotton Tree
(Pandanus)

US Virgin Islands

Yellow Elder
(Quercus coccinea)

Guam

Ipil
(Intsia bijuga)