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James Burghardt

The white flowers of Sonic® New White will add brightness to any summer flower garden or container. Unlike Sonic® White ('Fisimp 146'), this selection has larger flowers with a cleaner white color. New Guinea hybrids in the Sonic® Series are heat-tolerant, well-branched, compact and flower profusely. They produce blooms early and continue flowering all season with good care. Their dark green, lance-shaped foliage is lush and the vigorous plants form spreading, rounded mounds.

The New Guinea...

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Jessie Keith

(New Guinea Impatiens)

Colorful and heat-tolerant, New Guinea Impatiens can be distinguished from common garden impatiens by their larger flowers, lance-shaped often beautifully colored leaves and bushy upright or vase-shaped habit.

The New Guinea hybrids are combined crosses between several parent species to include Impatiens hawkeri, I. schlechteri and I. platypetala. This suite of tropical perennials were collected from the island of Papua New Guinea, which is northeast of Australia.

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Jesse Saylor

(New Guinea Impatiens)

This diverse genus of herbaceous plants holds some of the most popular bedding ornamentals on the market. Most impatiens are evergreen and of tropical and subtropical origin, with a few woodland species extending into north temperate regions. It is a huge genus with nearly 1000 species to its name and thousands of cultivated varieties. These may be annual or perennial, with many tropical perennial species grown as “annuals” in temperate zones.

The leaves and stems of impatiens are often fleshy...

(New Guinea Impatiens, Paradise® Mango Orange New Guinea Impatiens)

This diverse genus of herbaceous plants holds some of the most popular bedding ornamentals on the market. Most impatiens are evergreen and of tropical and subtropical origin, with a few woodland species extending into north temperate regions. It is a huge genus with nearly 1000 species to its name and thousands of cultivated varieties. These may be annual or perennial, with many tropical perennial species grown as “annuals” in temperate zones.

The leaves and stems of impatiens are often fleshy...

(New Guinea Impatiens, Paradise® Orange on White New Guinea Impatiens)

This diverse genus of herbaceous plants holds some of the most popular bedding ornamentals on the market. Most impatiens are evergreen and of tropical and subtropical origin, with a few woodland species extending into north temperate regions. It is a huge genus with nearly 1000 species to its name and thousands of cultivated varieties. These may be annual or perennial, with many tropical perennial species grown as “annuals” in temperate zones.

The leaves and stems of impatiens are often fleshy...

(New Guinea Impatiens, Paradise® New Red New Guinea Impatiens)

This diverse genus of herbaceous plants holds some of the most popular bedding ornamentals on the market. Most impatiens are evergreen and of tropical and subtropical origin, with a few woodland species extending into north temperate regions. It is a huge genus with nearly 1000 species to its name and thousands of cultivated varieties. These may be annual or perennial, with many tropical perennial species grown as “annuals” in temperate zones.

The leaves and stems of impatiens are often fleshy...

(New Guinea Impatiens, Paradise® Orchid New Guinea Impatiens)

This diverse genus of herbaceous plants holds some of the most popular bedding ornamentals on the market. Most impatiens are evergreen and of tropical and subtropical origin, with a few woodland species extending into north temperate regions. It is a huge genus with nearly 1000 species to its name and thousands of cultivated varieties. These may be annual or perennial, with many tropical perennial species grown as “annuals” in temperate zones.

The leaves and stems of impatiens are often fleshy...

Image of Impatiens

James Burghardt

(New Guinea Impatiens)

Colorful and heat-tolerant, New Guinea Impatiens can be distinguished from common garden impatiens by their larger flowers, lance-shaped often beautifully colored leaves and bushy upright or vase-shaped habit.

The New Guinea hybrids are combined crosses between several parent species to include Impatiens hawkeri, I. schlechteri and I. platypetala. This suite of tropical perennials were collected from the island of Papua New Guinea, which is northeast of Australia.

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Jesse Saylor

(New Guinea Impatiens, Petticoat Lavender New Guinea Impatiens)

Colorful and heat-tolerant, New Guinea Impatiens can be distinguished from common garden impatiens by their larger flowers, lance-shaped often beautifully colored leaves and bushy upright or vase-shaped habit.

The New Guinea hybrids are combined crosses between several parent species to include Impatiens hawkeri, I. schlechteri and I. platypetala. This suite of tropical perennials were collected from the island of Papua New Guinea, which is northeast of Australia.

...

Image of Impatiens

Jesse Saylor

(New Guinea Impatiens, Petticoat Red New Guinea Impatiens)

Colorful and heat-tolerant, New Guinea Impatiens can be distinguished from common garden impatiens by their larger flowers, lance-shaped often beautifully colored leaves and bushy upright or vase-shaped habit.

The New Guinea hybrids are combined crosses between several parent species to include Impatiens hawkeri, I. schlechteri and I. platypetala. This suite of tropical perennials were collected from the island of Papua New Guinea, which is northeast of Australia.

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