The flag of Grenada features at its centre a rectangle divided diagonally into two yellow triangles (top and bottom) and two green triangles (left and right). At the centre of the rectangle is a red circle inside which sits a yellow five-pointed star. In the left green triangle sits a yellow and red nutmeg. The flag's border is red with six yellow five-pointed stars; three along the top of the flag and three along the bottom of the flag.
The flag of Grenada uses the colours of the Pan-African movement. The flag's nutmeg pays tribute to the country's primary export. The six stars on the flag's border each represent one of the six administrative regions of Grenada whilst the star at the centre of the flag represents the capital of Grenada, Saint George's.
The flag of Grenada was officially adopted on 7 February 1974 following the country gaining its independence. The flag was designed by Anthony C George.
The flag's ratio is 3:5.