New York Native & Nativar Plants

                        State Symbol

State Bird Flower Tree
New York Eastern Bluebird Rose Sugar Maple


New York proudly embraces the Eastern Bluebird as its state bird, celebrated for its vibrant colors and cheerful presence in the state's woodlands. Complementing this avian emblem is the Rose, the state flower, symbolizing New York's beauty and resilience in its delicate petals. Standing tall in the state's forests is the Sugar Maple, the state tree, representing strength and endurance.