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Kentucky

Send Flowers, Plants & Gift Baskets to Kentucky!
It's a race to spread the word about 1-800-FLOWERS.COM! It's is a simple and convenient way to send flowers to Kentucky and its 120 diverse counties. Whether you want to send a Mother's Day present to Augusta, a birthday wish to Somerset, or a Thanksgiving bouquet to Irvine, 1-800-FLOWERS.COM can help you send a gift, plant or flower arrangement for every occasion on the calendar.

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State Flower: GoldenrodState Flower: Goldenrod
State Capital: FrankfurtState Capital: Frankfurt
State Nickname: "The Bluegrass State"State Nickname: "The Bluegrass State"
State Abbreviation: KYState Abbreviation: KY
Number of Counties: 120Number of Counties: 120
Largest City: LouisvilleLargest City: Louisville
Neighbors: Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, Tennessee, Ohio, West Virginia & VirginiaNeighbors: Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, Tennessee, Ohio, West Virginia & Virginia
Top Landmarks: Churchill Downs, Kentucky Horse Park, Country Music HighwayTop Landmarks: Churchill Downs, Kentucky Horse Park, Country Music Highway
Noteworthy Bodies of Water: Ohio River, Mississippi River & Lake CumberlandNoteworthy Bodies of Water: Ohio River, Mississippi River & Lake Cumberland
Name of Residence: KentuckiansName of Residence: Kentuckians
State Motto: United We Stand, Divided We FallState Motto: United We Stand, Divided We Fall
Popular Foods: Kentucky Bourbon, Burgoo, Derby PiePopular Foods: Kentucky Bourbon, Burgoo, Derby Pie
Kentucky became the 15th U.S. state on June 1, 1792.Kentucky became the 15th U.S. state on June 1, 1792.
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