New Jersey law prohibits selling flowers online, but that doesn’t mean the law is in danger of being overturned

New Jersey has become the latest state to ban the sale of flowers online.

The Garden State passed the new law Tuesday evening.

The law goes into effect in January, but has already drawn ire from online flower sellers, who argue the law could lead to legal action.

A bill to remove the law from the books in 2018 passed the Assembly in April, but Governor Chris Christie vetoed it.

It would have made it illegal for retailers to sell flowers online without obtaining a license from the state.

Christie has since said he’s considering changing the law.

The bill would have also banned the sale in New Jersey of certain flowers, including blueberries, lavender, peonies, pomegranates, raspberries and blackberries.

The flowers are also commonly used in cosmetics.

It was one of the first states to ban sales of flowers and other products that were not organic, organic, non-GMO, or made with natural ingredients, including perfumes, candles, soap, body wash, body lotions, candles and perfumes.

Statewide, the Garden State already has a ban on online sales of tobacco products, including chewing tobacco, pipe tobacco, and e-cigarettes.

The state’s ban is still in place for all other products.