“Roses are red, violets are blue, I don’t sleep at night ’cause I’m thinking of you” – Are you familiar with the Jon Caryl song? This person found a clever way to put a new spin on an old, tired love poem. In fact, let’s do away with the original altogether and utilize said tired poem to bestow vital gardening facts. Use this opportunity to be informative.
But what if this just consisted of listing off various flowers and their colors with no “button” or ending in sight? It’s essentially just a list of flowers with blatantly obvious facts. That would be pretty boring. Roses are red, violets are blue, sunflowers are yellow, daisies are white, blue bonnets are blue, etc.