Have You Met Our SunPatiens Impatiens?

October 13, 2013 – 01:47 pm

Sunpatiens Blooming in the SunIf you have, then you will be elated to know our SunPatiens Impatiens are on sale!

If you haven’t, well…let us introduce you!

SunPatiens are sun-loving impatiens with incredible adaptability to adverse weather conditions and an amazingly high resistance to downy mildew, the nemesis of the annuals grower and impatiens lover.

Some may argue that SunPatiens are cost-prohibitive when compared to seed impatiens; however, we argue that their inspired breeding makes this a moot point. The marriage of New Guinea impatiens to wild impatiens has resulted in a hybrid with exceedingly fast growth and unusually robust foliage, and with larger blossoms with thicker, tougher petals. Simply put, SunPatiens impatiens require fewer plants to cover the same area, while these plants will easily survive extreme temperatures, humidity and rain, even resisting downy mildew contagion carried on the wind from down the block or picked up during transportation to retailers.

2012 was a horrible year for many impatiens varieties, but not so for SunPatiens. This hybrid outshone all of its competition in trials across Europe and the U.S. where downy mildew and extreme summer heat decimated the cheaper and less vigorous impatiens cultivars.Colorful Begonia Flowers rdeners planted impatiens in 2013—a real travesty, since these annual flowers have been a staple of exquisite gardens for eons!

Those gardeners who planted SunPatiens were pleasantly surprised (and their neighbors were green with envy) to find that even in the hottest and most humid weather, their SunPatiens just kept right on growing and spreading and doing what they do best: looking magnificent.

Your choices are incredible:

  • Compact SunPatiens® are self-cleaning, with shorter, though exceptional, branching for small garden spots or container applications.
  • Spreading SunPatiens® have bold, oftentimes variegated foliage and possess a tidy trailing habit, ideal for mixed applications of all kinds.
  • Vigorous SunPatiens® experience superior growth, covering large areas more quickly, spreading up to 48 inches over the season.

You’ll also find that SunPatiens will bloom from spring right up until the first frost, without deadheading, in full sun or partial shade. You have a wide choice of flower colors, complemented by robust foliage ranging in colors from golden variegated to rich blue-green.

Compact Orange Sunpatiens Potted Herb Plants On Sale Now SunPatiens Impatiens Plants for Sale Buy Organic Seed Potatoes Here

Source: blog.gardenharvestsupply.com


EXCITED PROMOTION 30 Garden Balsam Impatiens Balsamina Flower Seed Garden Plants
Lawn & Patio ()
  • 20-30cm in height.Excellent in border, pot plant and field plant. Favor to sunshine and fear the shadow. Require ample sunshine and rich, loose and well-drained...
  • Space: 15*20cm Sunlight Requirement: Halfshadow,Sunniness Seeded to Mature: about 70 days Seed Longevity: about 2 years Germination Percentage: ≥80%
  • Latin name: Impatiens balsamina Color(Fruit): Blending Plant Height: 20-30cm Use: parterre,pot flower Weight:5g
  • 1. Please store the seeds in a shade and cool, dry place. 2. Because of climate conditions or improper cultivation techniques of loss, we shall not bear the economic...

You might also like:

Take That Progress Tour- London …
Take That Progress Tour- London …
How to Take Care of Sunflowers
How to Take Care of Sunflowers

Shady

Prob a lot of your success will is dependent upon how many hours of aft sun you get. if it's noon on i think that should be plenty. many urban gardens are limited to aft or a.m. sun restrictions. i'd go for the leafy stuff... you can do all types of lettuces, frisee, mesclun, raddichio, arugula, kales, spinach, collards, etc. parsley's pretty tolerant- i like the italian stuff. mint. peas & bush beans- oh, & chives, garlic & onions. you can put in some flowers with those too- foxglove, coral bells, clarkia, impatiens, horned poppies, violas. i've been battling shade too & can't wait to prune back my fruit trees for next season


Related posts:

  1. Impatiens flowers toxic
  2. Impatiens flowers have white spots
  3. Impatiens flowers Annual
  4. Impatiens flowers for the sun