What is Washington’s state color?
Washington. No official state colors are listed the state legislature’s State Symbols webpage nor in Chapter 1.20 of the Revised Code of Washington (where other official symbols are designated). Some sources list dark green and gold/yellow, the two colors specified for the flag by law since 1925.
Why is the Washington flag green?
According to Senator Guy B. Groff, sponsor of the 1923 bill that adopted the flag, the flag’s green field represented the verdant fields of Western Washington, while the gold seal represented the wheat areas of Eastern Washington.