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The common meadow violet was named New Jersey's state flower because it is most abundant there. It was considered the state flower since 1913 but not legistatively adopted until 1971.

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Because it is very common in New Jersey

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Q: Why was the purple violet chosen for the state flower for New Jersey?
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