Find out which flowers start with the letter I, including impatiens, irises, and ivy.
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Irises are a popular type of flower that come in many different colors, including blue, purple, yellow, white, and even black. They are named after the Greek goddess Iris, who was the messenger of the gods. Irises symbolize hope, faith, and wisdom.
Impatiens are annual plants that come in many colors, including white, pink, purple, red and orange. They are native to Africa, Asia and Australasia. Impatiens are also called touch-me-nots because their seed pods explode when touched.
Indian paintbrush (Castilleja spp.) is a beautiful, unique flower that adds a splash of color to any garden. There are many different species of Indian paintbrush, all of which are native to North America. These flowers get their name from their resemblance to a paintbrush dipped in red paint. Indian paintbrush is also sometimes called prairie Gentian.
The Indian paintbrush plant is a member of the saxifrage family and is related to the common houseplant, Astilbe. Indian paintbrushes are annual or perennial herbs that grow to be about 18 inches tall. They have long, slender leaves and blooms that range in color from red to orange to yellow. The flowers are clustered together in a dense spike and bloom from early summer to late fall.
Indian paintbrush is a very hardy plant and can grow in most parts of North America, from Alaska and Canada all the way down to Mexico. These flowers are often found growing wild in open fields and meadows. They will also do well in any garden as long as they are given full sun and well-drained soil. Indian paintbrush is very tolerant of drought and poor soil conditions.
If you want to add some color to your garden, consider planting Indian paintbrush seeds. These beautiful flowers will brighten up any space and bring a touch of the wild into your backyard!
Indian blanket (Gaillardia pinnatifada) is a wildflower that is native to parts of the United States, Mexico, and Canada. It is a member of the sunflower family and its scientific name comes from the Latin word for blanket, ‘pinnatus’. The flower gets its common name from the fact that it was once used by Native Americans to make blankets. The plant grows to be about two feet tall and has red and yellow flowers that bloom in the summertime.