I added Dela-Wares to my business when I found that there was a need in area business' for special Delaware items for their customers. Dela-Wares is a very fast growing trend, and I am always searching for new articles to embroider or paint in order to keep inventory fresh and new. You can have some of the articles personalized too!

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Text Box: Delaware State Tree
American Holly
The American Holly is regarded as one of Delaware's most important forest trees. Adopted May 1, 1939, it is often called Christmas Holly or Evergreen Holly.

                                                                                                                                                                 

 

 

 

 

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Text Box: Delaware State Insect
The Lady Bug
Adopted April 25,1974, the Lady Bug was chosen by the Legislature after an intensive effort on the insect's behalf by a group of elementary school children.

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Text Box: Delaware State Flower
Peach Blossom
Passage of the act to adopt the Peach Blossom on May 9,1895 was prompted by Delaware's reputation as the "Peach State" since her orchards contained more than 800,000 peach trees yielding a crop worth thousands of dollars at that time.

Text Box: Delaware State Bird
Blue Hen Chicken
Adopted as the official state bird on April 14,1939, The Blue Hen Chicken had long been used as a motif in numerous political campaigns and in many publications.  During the Revolutionary War, the men of Captain Jonathan Caldwell's company took with them game chickens that were noted for their fighting ability.  When not fighting the enemy, the officers and men amused themselves by pitting their Blue Hen Chickens in cockfights. The fame of these cockfights spread throughout the army and when in battle, the Delaware men fought so valiantly that they were compared to these fighting cocks.