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The state native tree of Illinois is the White Oak. In 1973, aspecial poll of 900,000 school children changed the State NativeTree from the Oak to the White Oak.
Answer (I have found that thies tree or in Missouri so IL is between Ohio and MO then here is my answer http://www.dnr.state.oh.us/tabid/5361/default.aspx
Yes. Illinois is considered a midwestern state.
Chicago is located in the State of Illinois. Chicago is primarily located within Cook County, with the exception of a small northwestern portion of the city at O'Hare Intern…ational Airport that is located within DuPage County.
Cardinal (aka Northern Cardinal)
Illinois is a state.
Only certain species and in a container, they grow in much warmer climates and cannot handle an Illinois winter.
I have two chestnut trees in southwest Iowa, so one can assume they would also grow in Illinois.
yes, they like a lot of water (full grown ones take in about 1000 gallons a day.) the cold temperature doesnt effect them and is often considered good for the tree
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100ft tall and very beautiful
The word Illinois is the French derivation of the Miami-Illinoisverb irenweÂ·wa , transferred from Ojibwe, Ottawa dialect( ilinwe ), and transliterated into French.
The Illinois flower is the violet and the state tree is the whiteoak.
Yes, a palm tree will easily grow in Illinois during the summer months. However, it is quite possible the said palm tree will also die come the winter season.
The state of Illinois is surrounded by four states. Illinois is located in the Eastern North-Central part of the United States. It is bordered by Iowa, Indiana, Wisconsin, Ken…tucky, and Missouri.
Illinois became the 21st state on December 3, 1818.