The region of Imereti is situated along the middle and upper end of the Rioni river and is one of the largest beekeeping zones. Imereti is divided into Zemo (upper) and Kvemo (lower) Imereti. It borders the Likhi Mountain Range to the east, the Tskhenistskali River to the west, the Caucasus Mountains to the north and the Meskheti Mountains to the south. The lowlands of Imereti are mostly covered with Colchis low brush, forests, oaks, groves, and meadows. The mountainous parts of Imereti are mainly Colchis deciduous forests. The altitude ranges from 150 to 3000 meters here. Imereti is known for its various honey flowers, such as Chestnut Castanea sativa; False Acacia Robinia pseudoacacia; Goldenrod Solidago virgaurea; Snakeroot Polygala caucasica. The Borjomi-Khragauli national park forms one-tenth of the country’s territory. The park is rich with: Black Poplar Populus nigra; Honey Clover Melilotus albus; White Nettle Lamium tomentosum; Wild Grape Vitis sylvestris.