Maryland Applique Garden Flag
Any Marylander would be proud to fly this beautifully embroidered, applique Maryland state garden flag. The heraldic banners are embroidered and appliqued on both sides of the flag. Made for outdoors but beautiful enough to hang up indoors as well.
The flag of the state of Maryland contains representations of the coats of arms of the Calvert and Crossland families. George Calvert was the first Lord Baltimore from 1579 - 1632. Cecil Calvert, second Lord Baltimore, founded Maryland as an English colony in 1634 Their colors of gold and black appear in the first and fourth quadrants of the flag. The mother of George Calvert was of the Crossland family whose colors, with a cross bottony, appear in the second and third quadrants. The flag was officially adopted by the Maryland General Assembly in 1904.
All Evergreen Applique Garden Flags are crafted from soft, high thread count, 310-denier, 100% nylon fabric. This double-sided, bright, colorful flag is sewn with tight, detailed stitching. Fits on any garden pole. Flag size 12.5" x 18".
*Flagpole not included.