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Impatiens need well-drained soil that stays moist, but not wet. They prefer a lot of light, but do not do well in the direct afternoon sun. They should be fertilized every one to two weeks during growing season, and protected from frost during the cold.


Impatiens /ɪmˈpeɪʃəns/ is a genus of about 850 to 1,000 species of flowering plants, widely distributed throughout the Northern Hemisphere and the tropics.


Impatiens is also known as “Busy Lizzie,” and its name is a Latin word that describes the way its seeds shoot out of its pods when ripe (the slightest touch can ...


Mar 19, 2015 ... Growing impatiens is quite easy, but there are a few things to know about impatiens care. Let's take a look at how to plant and how to grow ...


Care and Watering of the Impatiens Plant. Impatiens add color to shady, moist areas of the garden. Delicate pink, lavender or red impatiens (Impatiens spp.) ...


How to grow and care for the impatiens flower (Impatiens spp.) in containers.


Jan 22, 2017 ... Impatiens flowers are valued for the vibrancy of their colors and their shade tolerance. ... Description, Sun and Soil Requirements, Plant Care.

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Dig holes and plant the impatiens. Dig holes as deep as the impatiens' root balls and set them into the ground ...


Tips for growing impatiens flowers. Find out how to grow impatiens in containers, how to care for impatiens indoors, repotting, deadheading, propagating.