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Impatiens grandis 'Rosa'

Impatiens grandis Rosa


Large shrub to 5 feet. Glossy leaves have a rosey tint. Rose-pink flowers are 2 inches wide with red or purple markings. Blooms fall and winter. Endangered plant from Sri Lanka. Balsaminaceae


Impatiens hians

Impatiens hians


Large unusually shaped red and green flowers with a broad green tail tipped red. Balsaminaceae


Impatiens niamniamensis 'African Princess'

Impatiens niamniamensis African Princess


This one has clusters of cornucopia-shaped red and cream flowers produced all year on dark brown succulent stems. Very similar to the variety Impatiens niamniamensis 'Hare's Hybrid'. With some pinching, a young plant assumes the look of an odd miniature tree a foot tall. Requires rich, moist, well draining soil and shade. Protect from frost. Balsaminaceae


Impatiens repens

Impatiens repens


A beautiful species with succulent creeping red stems, tiny leaves and 1½ inch bright yellow balsam-shaped flowers. Good for baskets and as a ground cover. (B,D) Balsaminaceae


Impatiens sodenii 'Flash'

Impatiens sodenii Flash


An exciting form of the poor man's rhododendron with large 2½ inch white flowers with streaks of magenta pink radiating out from the center. Almost everblooming, this easy, fast growing Impatiens should be grown in bright shade or with morning sun in a mild climate. Moist soil, regular watering. Grows 4 to 6 feet high with multi-branching succulent stems. The species is native to eastern tropical Africa. Balsaminaceae


Impatiens x walleriana 'Magenta Giant'

(Syn.: Impatiens 'Coastal Rose', Impatiens 'Perennial Rose')

Impatiens x walleriana Magenta Giant


This impatiens is a tetraploid hybrid that does not produce seeds. Large growing, 4 to 5 feet, with magenta (light purplish red) flowers. Nice as a background plant in the shade garden or as an accent plant in a large container. No one seems to know its origin. It has been a pass-a-long plant for decades between neighbors in Southern California. Needs rich soil and ample moisture. Hardy to 30F. Balsaminaceae

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