Arizona State Flower
It's #FabulousFlorianiFreebieFriday!! You know what that means... Another FREE design and project! If you've been following along with our Sketching Across America series, this is our 10th state flower! Can you believe it?!
This week is the great state of Arizona, and naturally the state flower is a Cactus! But more specifically, the Saguaro Blossom! Grab your project bag instructions below, get your color chart, and don't forget to snag that free design!
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Now, who's ready for some fun facts about Arizona?! Scroll down for some fun!
Fun Facts About Arizona:
The bola tie is the official state neckwear.
The age of a saguaro cactus is determined by its height.
At one time camels were used to transport goods across Arizona.
Two of the top-rated waterfalls in the United States are located in Arizona: Grand Falls and Havasu Falls.
Although most people think of Arizona as desert, about 15% of the state is covered by forests, including some of the largest national forests in the nation.
Arizona is the state that started it all. It is home to the first McDonald's Drive-Through.
One of the best-preserved meteorite craters is in Arizona.
The London Bridge was dismantled and moved to Arizona.
Arizona doesn’t observe daylight savings time.
Cutting down a cactus in Arizona is a class-4 felony.