Bluebird- known for its song and bright color, at home in the city or in the wild
Cardinal- known for its whistle "Good Cheer!"
Clover Leaf- good luck, also the shape of the Girl Scout trefoil
Daffodil- spring flower, sunny personality
Dogwood- new life, rebirth, a spring flowering tree
Falling Star- good luck, makes wishes come true
Forget-Me-Not- friendship and loyalty
Hawaiian Lei- circle of friendship
Lightning- power in nature
Lily of the Valley- purity, in folklore it is known as Fairy Bells.
Morning Glory-awaking of a new day and glory to God
Music Notes- international symbol of music and song
Pine Tree- boldness, loyalty and stability
Pansy- also known as "hearts-ease" stands for service and friendship
Purple Violet- a clean environment and a clean earth.
Red Rose- the "All American" flower, symbol of beauty
Sailboat- free as the wind
Seashell- a promise of discovery, gifts from the sea
Star of Bethlehem- a guide, a goal, it shows the way
Unicorn- chastity, purity, imagination, uniqueness
Waterfall- loyalty and challenge
White Rose- faith, loyalty and the quest for truth
Wild Rose- perseverance and adaptability even in the face of adversity, beauty in strength, and exploring possibilities.
A little history: Before troops (originally called patrols) had numbers, they were identified by crest. The first crests used in Savannah, GA were White Rose and Carnation, followed by Red Rose and Poppy. By 1917, there were 29 crests: Bluebell, Buttercup, Clematis, Crocus, Daffodil, Daisy, Dogwood, Forget-me-not, Fucshia, Goldenrod, Holly, Iris, Lilly of the Valley, Morning Glory, Narcissus, Nasturtium, Oak, Pansy, Pink Carnation, Poppy, Red Clover, Red Rose, Scarlet Pimpernel, Star of Bethlehem, Sunflower, Thistle, Violet, White Rose, and White Violet