Here’s a list of flower names that begin with the letter I. With an emphasis on common and easy to grow varieties:
Iberis sempervirens, the evergreen candytuft or perennial candytuft is often used as a decorative shrub because of the decorative flowers.
Holly (also known as ilex) is dioecious (from the Greek for “two households”), meaning that each individual holly plant is either male or female.
Hybrids, typically derived from “Busy Lizzie” (the well-known I. walleriana) and the New Guinea Impatiens (I. hawkeri), have commercial importance as garden plants.
These flowers attract birds and different types of butterflies, tolerate drought and are showy flowers that are easy to grow.
This ornamental plant flowers in June and tends to be found low moist woods, ravines, or streambanks in partial or full shade. It will grow 30–61 cm high with a spread of 15–46 cm.
Also known goes by the names Starflower, Spring Starflower. (Amaryllis Family).
Ipomoea alba, sometimes called the tropical white morning-glory or moonflower or moon vine is a night-blooming morning glory.
You can check out the different types of ivy to see some example of ivy plants that are good for your garden.
Ixia maculata is a species of flowering plant in the iris family known by the common name spotted African corn lily. It is native to the Cape Provinces of South Africa, but it is grown widely as an ornamental plant.
Ixora is also known as the West Indian Jasmine Flower.
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