Humanities › Issues Provincial Flower Emblems of Canada Official Flower Emblems of the Provinces and Territories of Canada Share Flipboard Email Print Oleksandra Korobova/Getty Images Issues Canadian Government The U. S. Government U.S. Foreign Policy U.S. Liberal Politics U.S. Conservative Politics Women's Issues Civil Liberties The Middle East Terrorism Race Relations Immigration Crime & Punishment Animal Rights View More by Susan Munroe Susan Munroe, a public affairs and communications professional, has lived and worked in Canada for more than 30 years. Updated November 04, 2019 Each of the provinces and territories of Canada has an official floral emblem. There is no national flower of Canada. Alberta Provincial Flower Wild Rose BC Provincial Flower Pacific Dogwood Manitoba Provincial Flower Prairie Crocus New Brunswick Provincial Flower Purple Violet Newfoundland Provincial Flower Pitcher Plant NWT Official Flower Mountain Avens Nova Scotia Provincial Flower Mayflower Nunavut Official Flower Purple Saxifrage Ontario Provincial Flower White Trillium PEI Provincial Flower Lady's Slipper Quebec Provincial Flower Blue Flag(replaced the fleur-de-lis) Saskatchewan Provincial Flower Western Red Lily Yukon Official Flower Fireweed Continue Reading Provincial Bird Emblems of Canada What Are the Rules About Taking Growlers Into Canada? The 13 Capital Cities of Canada What Are the Abbreviations for Canada's 13 Provinces and Territories? Do You Know the Sales Tax Rate in Your Province? Canada's Legal Drinking Age Changes Depending on Where You Are At What Age Can You Legally Buy Cigarettes (and Smoke) in Canada? Canada Finally Got a Flag of Her Own in 1965 What Americans Should Know Before Taking Guns Into Canada Key Facts About Canada's Provinces and Territories All About Canada's Provincial Legislative Assemblies What Does Age of Majority Mean in Canada? When Did Canadian Provinces Join the Confederation? Where Does the Name "Ontario" Come From? What Is a Riding in Canadian Elections? How Much Alcohol Are Visitors Actually Allowed to Bring Into Canada?