What state's flower is the Mayflower?
The reason why Mayflower is called so is that in the past the Mayflower's owner was Guicciardini. Guicciardini was an ancient Italian family in Florence. The symbol of Florence is "Giglio" that is a flower of may. So Mayflower means Giglio that is the symbol of Florence in Italy. The Mayflower got its name because it was scheduled to set sail in May, the flower part symbolized hope, and prosperity in the New World.
It is difficult to answer this question without knowing which state you are asking about. But in general, every state in the United States has certain symbols, which are used to promote the state's history and culture. The state bird, for example, may be the most commonly seen bird in that state or the one the state is best known for. The same is true of the state flower. Here in my home state, Massachusetts…