Oklahoma State Floral Emblem Art Print, the Mistletoe
Oklahoma was not a state when it adopted the mistletoe in 1893. Oklahoma became a state in 1907, and in 1910 the mistletoe was approved as the official floral emblem of the State of Oklahoma. In 2004, the hybrid tea rose, "Oklahoma" was adopted as the official state flower. Oklahoma's official floral emblem is featured in this illustration.
This unframed botanical fine art print is from my America's Favorite Flowers © art collection.
Prints are Horizontal 5x7, 8x10, 11x14 or Square 6x6, 8x8, 10x10.
Prints have a Luster finish which yields a superior reproduction of the original artwork. This finish is not reflective like glossy prints and is not dull like matte prints. Ink is guaranteed to not fade or discolor for 100+ years.
Frames and mats are not included (shown for illustrative purposes only).
Watermark will not appear on final print.
Smaller prints are packed in cellophane with backing board in a rigid mailer. Orders containing multiple prints and/or larger prints are shipped in a rigid mailing tube. Free Shipping in the US for orders over $35. All orders are shipped via USPS and will include a tracking number.
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