Washington drivers can purchase new specialty license plates featuring the 4-H clover and the state flower, the rhododendron. Some of the revenue generated by sales of the 4-H plate supports the 90,000 Washington boys and girls who participate in 4-H, according to a news release from the Washington Department of Licensing. Likewise, revenue from the rhododendron plate goes to garden associations statewide.
Speciality plates costs $60, which is $40 more than standard plates. Renewal costs $30.