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Mountain Laurel (Kalmia latifolia) is the official Connecticut State Flower. The Mountain Laurel is perhaps the most beautiful of native American shrubs. Mountain Laurel, a Wildflower, is also the state flower of Pennsylvania. The Mountain Laurel plant was originally brought to Europe as an ornamental plant during the 18th century. Mountain Laurel is widely grown for its attractive flowers.
Mountain Laurel flowers are star-shaped, ranging in color from red to pink to white, and occurring in clusters. Mountain Laurel bloom between May and June.The Mountain Laurel flower stamens have a mechanism to eject pollen when tripped by a bee.The Mountain Laurel flowers have 5 Regular Parts and are up to 2.5cm wide. Mountain Laurel flowers are pink, sometimes white.
Blooms first appear in late spring and continue into early summer. The Mountain Laurel flowers bloom in showy clusters.
Mountain Laurel are also called Ivybush, Calico Bush, Spoonwood, Sheep Laurel, Lambkill and Clamoun.The Mountain Laurel flower was designated as the State Flower of Connecticut by the General Assembly in 1907. The Mountain Laurel plant is naturally found on rocky slopes and in mountainous forest areas.
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