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Us State Trees

Can you name the official state tree for each U.S. state?
Quiz by MiecraftMan
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Last updated: October 29, 2021
First submittedOctober 29, 2021
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State
Tree
Alabama
Longleaf Pine
Alaska
Sitka Spruce
Arizona
Blue Palo Verde
Arkansas
Pine
California
Coast Redwood
California
Giant Sequoia
Colorado
Colorado Blue Spruce
Connecticut
White Oak
Delaware
American Holly
Florida
Sabal Palm
Georgia
Southern Live Oak
Hawaii
Candlenut Tree
Idaho
Western White Pine
Illinois
White Oak
Indiana
Tulip Tree
Iowa
Bur Oak
Kansas
Eastern Cottonwood
Kentucky
Tulip-tree
Louisiana
Bald Cypress
Maine
Eastern White Pine
Maryland
White Oak
Massachusetts
American Elm
Michigan
Eastern White Pine
Minnesota
Red Pine
Mississippi
Southern Magnolia
Missouri
Flowering Dogwood
State
Tree
Montana
Ponderosa Pine
Nebraska
Eastern Cottonwood
Nevada
Single-leafed Pinyon
Nevada
Bristlecone Pine
New Hampshire
American White Birch
New Jersey
Northern White Oak
New Mexico
Pinon Pine
New York
Sugar Maple
North Carolina
Pine
North Dakota
American Elm
Ohio
Ohio Buckeye
Oklahoma
Eastern Redbud
Oregon
Douglas-fir
Pennsylvania
Eastern Hemlock
Rhode Island
Red Maple
South Carolina
Sabal Palm
South Dakota
Black Hills Spruce
Tennessee
Tulip-tree
Texas
Pecan
Utah
Quaking Aspen
Vermont
Sugar Maple
Virginia
Flowering Dogwood
Washington
Western Hemlock
West Virginia
Sugar Maple
Wisconsin
Sugar Maple
Wyoming
Plains Cottonwood
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Level 83
Oct 29, 2021
It appears that Utah's state tree was changed to the quaking aspen in 2014. See:

https://le.utah.gov/~2014/bills/static/SB0041.html

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Level 56
Oct 29, 2021
It does appear so.