What is the state flower of New Mexico?

The Yucca Flower is the New Mexican state flower. It look something like an upside down tulip. It was selected by New Mexico schoolchildren and supported by the New Mexico Federation of Women's Clubs, was approved by the eighth regular session of the legislature of New Mexico. House Bill No. 371, naming the "Yucca flower" the "official Flower of the State of New Mexico" was adopted on March 14, 1927.

The legislation does not specify a particular species of yucca flower or even indicate that "all" species are intended to represent New Mexico.
The Yucca Flower is the New Mexico's state flower.