Maryland

What is the State Flowers of Maryland?

The Black-eyed Susan or Rudbeckia hirta is the state flower of Maryland. Its scientific name is Rudbeckia hirta. It belongs to the Asteraceae family. Rudbeckia is the genus of the Black-eyed Susan and its species is R. hirta, which synonyms are: Rudbeckia lanceolata, Centrocarpha gracilis , Centrocarpha hirta , Rudbeckia divergens, Coreopsis hirta, Rudbeckia monticola,...

What Is The State Tree of Maryland?

White Oak is the state tree of Maryland. The scientific name of Maryland’s state tree white Oak is Quercus alba. Quercus is the genus of the white Oak and Q. alba is its species. It is commonly known as The Charter Oak. It is also called live oak Live Oak, Bur Oak, Red Oak, White...

What is the state horse of Maryland?

The thoroughbred is the state horse of Maryland. Equuscaballus is the scientific name of the thoroughbred. The thoroughbred was adopted as the official state horse of Maryland in 2003. The law designating the Thoroughbred horse as the official Maryland state horse is found in the Maryland Statutes, Title 13, Section 13-318. State Horse of Maryland...

What is the Maryland State Bird?

Maryland titled the Baltimore oriole as the official state bird of Maryland in 1947. The Baltimore oriole is a unique resident of Maryland’s parks and residential areas. The birders of Maryland enthusiastically look forward to this gorgeous songbird’s journey each spring. The feathers if female Baltimore oriole are brownish-olive and dull orange. On the other...