Not always. I think it depends on the flower and on the state. In California, for example, it’s illegal to pull or cut any plants on public property unless you’re under contract to do so by the government.
No. It is illegal to take wildflowers from private or protected property (such as state or national parks). It is also illegal to pick certain rare or endangered flowers. Hollyhocks, orchids, nasturtium, and certain wild dahlias, to name a few, are so rare that picking them could damage flower populations. A rule of thumb, if you can’t identify the flower, leave it be. If you know what it is and you know it not to be rare and you find it in the wild, then you can pick it.
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