The wreath in the Kedah’s coat of arms, is depicted as two stalks of rice ( Oryza sativa ) together, and enveloping the shield and crescent. It represents rice as the state principal product.
Melaka - Vallabris Glabra ( kesidang )
In Negeri Sembilan’s coat of arms, nine stalk of rice ( Oryza sativa ) s depicted in the middle of the shield. The nine stalks signifies the nine states under the old Negeri Sembilan.
There is not state flower assigned to the state of Pahang.
In Perlis' coat of arms, a wreath is depicted surrounding the shield. The wreath illustrated as a pair of green untied rice stalks ( Oryza sativa ) that nearly envelope the shield. The wreath signifies the cultivation of rice as the state’s main product and a major source of its economic activities. The yellow wreath within the arm’s shield carry the same symbolization.
At the top of Pulau Pinang's coat of arms is a betel nut palm ( Areca catechu ) of which the state derives its name.