What is the state flower of Maryland?

The state flower of Maryland is the Black-eyed Susan. It is a common name for plants in the genus Rudbeckia. The plants are native to North America and grow in open woodlands, meadows, and along roadsides. The black-eyed Susan is the official state flower of West Virginia, South Carolina, and Ohio.

Top selling flowers in Maryland?

According to 2018 statistics from FTD, the top 5 selling flowers in Maryland are roses, lilies, gerberas, carnations, and chrysanthemums.

What are the best flower bouquets in Maryland?

FTD’s list of favorites:

When selecting a bouquet with a florist, it is important to keep your recipient in mind. For example, if you are buying a gift for your mother, you might want to choose a bouquet with colors that she likes.

Tips on selecting a bouquet with a florist:

  • Think about your recipient’s favorite colors.
  • Consider what type of flowers your friend or loved one likes.
  • Get advice from friends or family members who have ordered flowers in the past.