Variety is The Spice of Life
Rose, tulips, and chrysanthemums undoubtedly bring a level of magnificence to your garden. These blooms are rather popular though so they will be present in many gardens and found on many a bouquet. Their ubiquity has somehow diminished their grandeur and has them close to becoming clichés. That would be a sad day. People often forget that there are thousands of flowering plants that are equally beautiful, even more so for being uncommon and unique. Take these flowers that start with I for example.
Imagine a delightfulposy of Iris and Illinium. Their one of a kind beauty and meaningful symbolisms will make them great additions to a master gardener’s diverse collection of blooming plants. Additionally, wise gardeners or florists know that the loveliness of flowers is not just in their grand nature (with tulips, for example) but also in their variety.
Unique flowers for the unique individual. Here are four exotic flowers that start with I.