What makes these SunPatiens so special is they are a new species - a cross between traditional New Guinea impatiens and a wild impatiens. The plants have the good sized flower of a New Guinea but now have strong garden vigor that allows them to grow well in all summer conditions. Use this plant in flowerbeds, patio containers and/or hanging baskets.
- Full-sun to shade versatility
- Water daily for the first 7-10 days, then maintain even moisture
- Use of mulch is recommended
- Ships budded
- Plant in full sun to partial shade, avoid heavy shade to prevent plant stretching, through zone 11, annuals in most of North American but may survive a light frost in Southwest zones
- Water daily for the first 7-10 days, once established maintain even moisture, use of mulch is recommended
- If planted in a semi-shady location, a light pruning of the stems in mid-summer will keep it from getting leggy, only prune if needed