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Double Impatiens flowers Pictures

August 18, 2014 – 12:52 am
Double Impatiens flowers Pictures

Evelyn s Notes: Don t be embarassed if you don t know what we mean by single (also called regular) and double impatiens. Single and double refer to how many petals are in the bloom. Single have just a single row (like a daisy) and double look more like a rose with many petals filling each flower. New Guinea have much bigger single flowers. All Impatiens are fast-growing, heavy blooming plants that give your garden lots of vibrant color. Remember: …

Double Impatiens flowers Peach

August 14, 2014 – 12:24 am
Double Impatiens flowers Peach

Peach Prism Impatiens Impatiens walleriana Patchwork ‘Peach Prism’ (im-PAY-shuns) (wall-er-ee-AH-nuh) Synonym: Large Eye Patchwork Peach Prism These exotic Impatiens are new to me and their color and habit is amazing. I took this picture at the nursery and it is from a hanging basket. The plant is a bit more like traditional Impatiens (than the other types of Fusion varieties) but you can tell it is different by the shading pattern and the large …

Impatiens flowers Growing conditions

August 13, 2014 – 12:07 am
Impatiens flowers Growing conditions

Image credit - Impatiens are some of the great stalwarts of summer bedding. Reliable and disease resistant, they have secured their place as a garden favourite by flowering their socks off throughout the growing season. Of course they look their very best in mass plantings but as with all such grand schemes it can be expensive to implement. However if you have the space you can grow them quite easily from seed.Impatiens seeds maybe small but they …

Rooting Impatiens flowers

August 11, 2014 – 12:06 am
Rooting Impatiens flowers

Yellow jewelweeds, wildflowers that grow along shady watersides in eastern North America, apparently can recognize their siblings as long as roots share soil. pellaea/Flickr Jewelweeds, or Impatiens, are pretty flowers that grow in wet, shady spots all over the Northern Hemisphere. According to a recent experiment, they seem to know their own flower family. The experiment suggests that these flowers can recognize each other—or at least, recognize …

Impatiens flowers have white spots

July 31, 2014 – 10:24 pm
Impatiens flowers have white spots

I have been experiencing small individual white spots on the leaf tops of my impatiens. All impatiens, whether in individual pots or separate planting beds, front or back yard. Foliage was looking good but flowers were sparse. I had been using Miracle Grow but then used a small amount of color star fertilizer. In about a week, flowers starting producing but soon after (about another week) most flowers dropped and the white spots appeared. The spots …

Growing Impatiens flowers from seed

July 30, 2014 – 10:15 pm
Growing Impatiens flowers from seed

Genus Impatiens Species walleriana Variety Sunny Ladies Hybrid Mix Item Form (P) Pkt of 30 seeds Bloom Season Early Summer Habit Mound-shaped Seeds Per Pack 30 Plant Height 8 in - 10 in Plant Width Bloom Size 2 in Additional Characteristics Easy Care Plants, Flower Bloom Color Mix Light Requirements Full Sun, Part Shade Moisture Requirements Moist, well-drained Soil Tolerance Normal, loamy Uses Beds, Border, Ornamental, Outdoor Beautiful impatience …

New Impatiens flowers

July 23, 2014 – 09:13 pm
New Impatiens flowers

Hybrids Growing New Guinea impatiens in containers allows you to enjoy a big show of bright blooms just about anywhere. Brighten up a kitchen windowsill, sunroom or patio with these non-stop flowering plants. These New Guinea hybrids feature a shrubby habit and large flowers. Impatiens flowers are typically single, with 5 flat petals. You ll find them in shades of pink, red, mauve, and white. Part of the attraction with New Guinea impatiens hybrids …

Impatiens Flowers height

July 13, 2014 – 05:43 pm
Impatiens Flowers height

Impatiens (Impatiens Walleriana Baby Orange) - This bright orange Impatiens will bloom its heart out for you! Grown from high quality flower seed, this plant has extremely uniform growth with high yields of lovely 2 inch orange blooms on rich, green foliage. Impatiens (Impatiens Walleriana Baby Pink) - Here is a shade loving plant that you can easily grow from Impatiens seed. If you have shade, you need Impatiens! Dwarf Impatiens do well in the shady …

Impatiens flowers Annual

July 10, 2014 – 05:33 pm
Impatiens flowers Annual

Bring elegance to your garden with fuchsias. These graceful plants bear gorgeous pendulous flowers, making them ideal for hanging baskets. The petal-filled blooms appear in a number of shades of red, pink, and purple, and some selections offer variegated foliage. So enjoy these beautiful flowers -- and the hummingbirds they invariably attract. Balsam Balsam is an old-fashioned plant closely related to impatiens. Like its cousin, it blooms in a wide …

Impatiens flowers Problems

July 8, 2014 – 05:26 pm
Impatiens flowers Problems

How to recognise it Leaves become mottled and yellow, then fall. You may find a fine, white fungal growth on the underside of the leaves, however they may decay so quickly the fungus doesn’t have time to develop into this form. Flowers are often shed so the stems are left bare except for the odd flower bud. Often the plant will die completely. Why it’s a problem This serious disease of Impatiens will weaken and, often, kill plants. It spreads from …

Impatiens flowers rabbits

July 1, 2014 – 04:38 pm
Impatiens flowers rabbits

My poor impatiens. I tried, I really did, at least for the most part. I took care of them. I planted them. I watered them. I’ve never really gardened as a hobby. But when the boy scouts came around selling impatiens this spring, I wanted to support them so I bought a flat. And left them at the end of the driveway overnight. For those of you that didn’t read my earlier impatien posts, leaving them at the end of the driveway – even just overnight – …