New Guinea Impatiens

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Nonstop flowers in beautiful hues are offset by handsome, glossy foliage. Popularly used for adding lively color to containers and annual plantings. Particularly lovely in mixed containers and hanging baskets. Provide shelter from wind.

Companion Plants

Coleus

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Coleus

Stunning colors and variegation patterns highlight the shaded garden. Combine these rich colors with complementary or contrasting flowers or foliages for a remarkable effect. Some varieties tolerate full sun when given ample moisture.

Begonia

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Begonia

A popular choice with abundant, large flowers. Blooms early and continuously. In warm regions, treat as a perennial, lifting and dividing in early spring. Where not hardy, treat as an annual for seasonal color. Well-suited for garden's edge, along walkways and in combination pots or window boxes. Prefers moist, well-drained soil.

Torenia

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Torenia

Uniquely shaped flowers bloom season-long over low-growing plants. Thriving in shade, they add excitement to container gardens, at garden's edge or as a houseplant. Pinch to keep bushy and full. Keep soil evenly moist.

Details

Common name

New Guinea Impatiens

Botanical name

Impatiens

Zone

Grow as an annual.

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Bloom color

Mix

Bloom time

spring-fall

Light

part sun

Height

8-12" (20-31 cm)

Habit

mounded

Water

daily

Feed

use all-purpose

Maintenance

keep weed-free