What is the name of the state flower in Vermont?

Red clover is the state flower of Vermont.

Specifically, the wildflower carries the scientific name of Trifolium pratense. It has the additional common names of cowgrass and pavine clover. It is native to Asia and Europe and naturalized in Vermont by way of early settlers from northern Europe.
Red clover is the state flower of Vermont.

Specifically, the wildflower carries the scientific name of Trifolium pratense. It has the additional common names of cowgrass and pavine clover. It is native to Asia and Europe and naturalized in Vermont by way of early settlers from northern Europe.