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Impatiens
Impatiens wallerana / Impatiens hawkeri

<em>Impatiens walerania</em> 'Dazzler'
Impatiens walerania 'Dazzler'

Quick Profile

Exposure
Partial Sun/Shade
 
Mature Height
6 - 18 Inches
 
Soil Conditions
Moist, Well-Drained
 
Bloom Color
Bi-color
Orange
Pink
Red
Salmon
White
Yellow
 
Bloom Season
May - October
 
Hardiness
Tender Annual
 
Size
Medium
 

Features

The number one selling bedding plant offering bold dependable color all summer long in shaded areas. New Guinea impatiens (Impatiens hawkeri) offer the addition of colorful foliage to go along with larger, more colorful flowers and can also be used in areas receiving more sun.

Culture

Impatiens do best in shade, with the exception of the New Guinea type that tolerates and does better in areas receiving partial sun. All benefit from at least afternoon shade. Soils that retain moisture is beneficial to maintaining quality. Good drainage is important for New Guinea types.

Cultivars

Garden Impatiens

  • 'Accent' Series
  • 'Impreza' Series
  • 'Dazzler' Series
  • 'Super Elfin' Series
  • 'Victoria Rose' (double impatiens)
  • 'Fiesta' Series (double impatiens)
  • 'Mosaic' Series

New Guinea Impatiens

  • 'Bounce' Series
  • 'Sunpatiens' (compact and spreading cultivars)
  • 'Celebration' Series
  • 'Divine' Series

Balsam Impatiens

  • 'Tom Thumb'
  • 'Color Parade'
  • 'Camellia Flowered' Series
  • 'Bush Mix'

Notes

Heavy watering and high fertilization can cause even the compact varieties to strech and grow quite tall. If plants get too tall, pinch them back. They recover quickly and neater plants are the result.