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Known as the “Peaceful Garden State,” North Dakota is famous for its wide open spaces and friendly people. North Dakota’s 770,000 people are some of the happiest in the U.S., and enjoy a superior quality of life including affordable homes, low unemployment, ample outdoor recreation, and beautiful scenery.

Whether you’re celebrating a birthday in Bismarck or a holiday in Fargo, a delivery of fresh flowers is the perfect way to mark a special occasion. FromYouFlowers has flowers, plants, and gifts to suit any taste and occasion, including Valentines Day, Mothers Day, Christmas, Easter, and more. We also offer carefully curated bouquets of all kinds to show appreciation, express sympathy, or simply to brighten a loved one’s day. Choose from hundreds of beautiful bouquets and fresh greenery, or have one of our florist partners create something perfect for you. Personalize your gift with a free message.

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Wild Prairie Rose
North Dakota State Flower:
Wild Prairie Rose

Native Flowers: Red Baneberry, Swamp Milkweed, Bluebell Bellflower, Fireweed, Virginia Waterleaf

Common Flowers: Petunia, Pansy, Cyclamen

State Flower: Wild Prairie Rose

Largest Cities: Fargo, Bismarck, Grand Forks, Minot

Nickname: The Flickertail State

FromYouFlowers partners with local florists all across the state of North Dakota to deliver fresh, hand-selected floral arrangements to your door. Many of our bouquets and floral arrangements are available for same-day delivery on orders placed before 3PM.

Points of Interest in North Dakota

North Dakota is home to a wealth of natural beauty and rich history. From the Great Plains to the Badlands, much of the state is still wild and unspoiled. Nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts will find some of the country’s best hunting, camping, fishing, mountain biking, hiking, and horseback riding in North Dakota’s great outdoors. Theodore Roosevelt National Park spans more than 70,000 acres and contains hundreds of species of birds and wildlife.

In North Dakota you can see full-scale dinosaur skeletons, Native American art, preserved historic sites and so much more. Famous historical and cultural attractions include the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail, Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site, North Dakota Heritage Center and State Museum, Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park, and the Plains Art Museum.

Several colleges and universities are located in North Dakota as well. The University of North Dakota is located in Grand Forks; North Dakota State University and Rasmussen College are in Fargo; and University of Mary is located in Bismarck.