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Balanced Enviroments

February 18, 2023

Presidential Flowers

Presidential flowers are a type of official floral emblem or symbol that are associated with a particular President or Presidential Administration.

There is no official list of Presidential Flowers, but some of the most commonly recognized ones include:

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The White House Rose Garden

The Rose Garden at the White House is a well-known symbol of the American Presidency and has been associated with many Presidential Administrations.

The White House Tulip Garden

The Tulip Garden at the White House was first planted during the Kennedy Administration and has since become a symbol of the Kennedy Presidency.

Presidential Garden
Presidential Garden

The White House Cherry Trees

The Cherry Trees at the White House were a gift from Japan to the United States in 1912 and have since become a symbol of the American-Japanese relationship.

The White House Azaleas

The Azalea Garden at the White House is a popular spot for tourists and has been associated with several Presidential Administrations, including those of Presidents Roosevelt, Kennedy, and Carter.

Presidential Garden
Presidential Garden

The White House Magnolia Trees

The Magnolia Trees at the White House have been a symbol of the American Presidency since the time of Thomas Jefferson.

We want to wish you a Happy President’s Day on February 20th.

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Contact your BEI Representative today.

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