Nylon Florida State Flag

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3 by 5 foot

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Florida State Flag Questions

What is the design on the Florida state flag and when was the Florida state flag adopted?

The state flag of Florida flag was adopted November, 1900 and modified May 1985. The Florida State Seal is the flag’s center and was first adopted May 1861, and revised in 1868. Several modifications were made to the Seal since that time and the last update was in 1985.

What do the designs on the Florida flag represent?

The flag of Florida displays diagonal red bars, in the form of a St. Andrew’s cross, which were added to the white flag before it’s adoption in 1900, so that the banner did not appear to be a white flag of truce or surrender when hanging still. Centered on the cross is the State Seal of Florida. It features a Seminole woman on a shoreline spreading hibiscus flowers, a Sabal palm (Florida’s state tree), a growing Saw Palmetto, and a steamboat sailing before the sun breaking the horizon, with many rays of sunlight extending into the sky. The outer rim of the seal contains the words, “Great Seal Of The State Of Florida, In God We Trust”. The Seminole woman represents rich cultural heritage of Florida. The Sabal palm and Saw Palmetto stands for fertility, vibrancy and prosperity. The steamboat symbolizes commerce and better business prospects. The rising golden sun represents hope for a bright future.

Where can I buy a Florida state flag?

For a flag that’s going to be flown in the hot sunshine state of Florida, you need to choose one that’s protected from all that beautiful sunshine! All of the flags at ”Star Spangled Flags” have been treated with a UV protection to help protect them against the bright sunshine. They also have superior strong triple and quadruple stitching to help prevent unraveling and fraying. They also offer free shipping!

How are you supposed to fly a Florida flag with an American flag?

When flying the Florida flag with the flag of the United States on the same pole, the flag of United States must always be at the top and the Florida flag should be the same size or smaller. When It is flown on separate poles, the Florida flag will be to the left of the flag of the United States situating the U.S. flag in the position of honor, which is to the right of the other flags.

Product Description

Florida is the “The Sunshine State” because of its wonderful tropical weather. It is also known to be the “Orange State,” The Everglade State,” and “The Alligator State.” It’s located in the southeastern part of the country, bordered by Alabama and Georgia to its north, Gulf of Mexico to its west, the Atlantic Ocean to its west and the Straits of Florida to its south.

Florida is famous for a number of things. But one of the most popular reasons to visit Florida is the U.S. Walt Disney World Resort, the biggest theme park on the planet. But that’s not the only theme park in the area, it also has Universal Studios, the Aquatica Water Park, and Wet n’ Wild.

Florida is not only gifted with sunny weather, but also with beautiful beaches to match. Some of the best club scenes can be found on these beaches. A popular beach for the affluent crowd is Palm Beach. It has a coastline of 47 miles, over a hundred golf courses, plenty of restaurants, and about a hundred miles of rivers, canals, and waterways. Fort Lauderdale, South Beach, Key West, Cape Florida, and Siesta Beach are just some of the great beaches to visit when in Florida. Key Largo is a popular spot for diving enthusiasts, which is why it’s considered as the diving capital of the world.

Not to be outdone is the Everglades and its wildlife. The Everglades National Park is home to many exotic wildlife like manatees, flamingos, the American alligator, the great blue heron, the American crocodile, panther, 350 species of birds, and exotic orchids. Visitors can tour the wilderness by helicopter, kayaks, or boats.

When you plan to visit “The Sunshine State” it’s good to know not just the best places to visit, but also the crazy laws that are being implemented in the area:

  • All public building doors open outwards.
  • It is illegal to sell or buy children in Florida.
  • The law prohibits doctors to ask a patient if they own or carry a gun (repealed).
  • An elephant parked at a parking meter will be charged the same fee as would an automobile.
  • Skateboarding without a license is illegal.

Locals celebrate these following state and national holidays:

  • Jan. 1 – New Year’s Day
  • Jan. 19 – Robert E. Lee’s Birthday
  • Third Monday of January – Martin Luther King Day
  • Feb. 16 – Susan B. Anthony’s Birthday
  • Third Monday of Feb. – President’s Day
  • April 2 – Pascua Florida Day
  • April 27 – Confederate Memorial Day
  • Last Monday in May – Memorial Day
  • July 4 – Independence Day
  • First Monday in Sept. – Labor Day ? Second Monday of Oct. – Columbus Day
  • Nov. 11 – Veteran’s Day
  • Fourth Thursday in Nov. – Thanksgiving
  • Dec. 25 – Christmas Day

If you really want to get deeper into the celebration and you’re thinking of how to decorate your home for the occasion, what better way to spruce up your home than to display our flag. These annual occasions are not just for remembering events, they’re also opportunities to acknowledge and appreciate our state and country.

Looking for a great flag to use during these special events? Tired of flags that don’t live up to their use? Reach out to us! Our state flags are the best in the market. It’s made from tough 200 denier nylon, lock stitching for durability, treated to withstand the sun and chemical deterioration, robust colors, and it’s proudly US Made. Contact us today!


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