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... addition to the impatiens that are used for the shade, there is a variety called Sunshine or New Guinea impatiens, which is more tolerant of the full sun than the traditional "shade impatiens. I say "more tolerant" because like most of the impatiens ...
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Gardening in Shade - GardenWeb
... hasn't already been answered. Related forums: Woodlands   |   Moss, Ferns & Cryptogams   |   Foliage                     Azaleas & Rhododendrons   |   Hostas   |   Impatiens   |   Camellias What's New on GardenWeb: New! Share photos of the favorite rooms in ... follow-ups, last one posted on Wed, Oct 4, 06 at 1:48 Full shade and bright full shade? Posted by: solsort1_dk z7 DK on Tue, Sep 5, 06 at 18: ...
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Shade Tolerant Perennials
... Part shade Tall, spiky blooms Fuchsia Fuchsia x hybrida 30cm/60cm (1ft/2ft) Part shade Ideal for hanging baskets Impatiens Double Impatiens spp. 30-60cm/30-60cm (1-2ft/1-2ft) Part shade Common and Garden Balsam cultivars Impatiens Single Impatiens spp. 30-60cm/30cm (1-2ft/1ft) Part shade ...
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Impatiens
... Impatiens Impatiens (shade type) and(New Guinea 'Aglia') (im-paa' chins) Common name: Impatiens Family: Balsaminaceae, Balsam Height x width: 12-24" x 12-24" Growth rate: moderate Foliage: ... colors, prefers sun, usually from cuttings, native of New Guinea wallerana (wall-er-aa' nah)--Impatiens, Patient Lucy, Sultana, Busy Lizzie; mounding habit, long bloom, native of eastern Africa; named after ...
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The Official Seed Starting Home Page - Impatiens
... Seed Starting Home Page - Impatiens Your Weekly Electronic Gardening Guide Practical Horticulture for Busy People. Impatiens About This Plant... Genus and species: Impatiens walleriana Plant type: warm-season annual Height: 6-8 inches or 1-2 feet Location and soil: full shade; rich ...
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Annuals A-Z: Choosing and Growing Impatiens (Busy Lizzies) by Graham Rice
... A-Z: Choosing and Growing Impatiens (Busy Lizzies) by Graham Rice Impatiens (Busy lizzie) Choosing impatiens From Garden Answers In most large towns, and many country villages, there are streets of ... extend, in small jumps rather than large leaps; and their adaptability remains unquestioned. Impatiens are splendid in the shade, they're the best annuals for shady town gardens. 'Expo White' lights up ...
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Annuals A-Z: Impatiens (Busy Lizzie) 'Mosaic Lilac'by Graham Rice
... Impatiens (Busy Lizzie) 'Mosaic Lilac'by Graham Rice Impatiens (Busy lizzie) Impatiens 'Mosaic Lilac' Type: Half-hardy annual Height: 8-10in (20-25cm) Season: Early summer to first frosts Situation: Sun, good soil; hates drought. Impatiens ... of the series; 'Mosaic Pink', in a powerfully pink shade, is now released and other colours are ...
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How to Design a Shade Garden - eHow.com
... grape hyacinth and bloomers like impatiens and Indian pink. Tips & Warnings Young, shallow-rooted plants transplant more easily under trees. Mulch with bark or gravel in deepest shade - or trim the trees ... and to overcome dense tree roots in your growing space. Use the seasonal shade under deciduous trees - summer shade for daffodils and increased light for winter bloomers like Lenten rose. Overall ...
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Floridata: Impatiens wallerana
... . Usage For vivid color in summer months where other annuals won't grow because of shade, impatiens are the most dependable summer annual. In frostfree climates they give constant color but bloom ... . Alternate with caladiums (Caladium bicolor) or shade loving coleus ((Coleus x hybridus) for a sea of summer color in low-light areas. Plant red impatiens and red pentas (Pentas lanceolata) along with ...
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Gardener's Net Flowers : How to Grow Impatiens Annual Flowers
... Annuals Perennials Bulbs How to Grow Impatiens If you are looking for shade lovers, Impatiens is the plant for you. They do well in the shady parts of your yard, make excellent indoor houseplants, and are very showy in hanging baskets. Impatiens ... your friends! How to Grow: Impatiens grow well in partial to full shade. They prefer rich, moist (not wet) ...
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