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Image of Impatiens

James H. Schutte

The deep salmon blooms of Infinity® Dark Salmon Glow have white eyes with hints of pink. These contrast beautifully with its dark green foliage. Surprisingly, this “annual” is actually a shrubby tender perennial that will survive winters in tropical and sub-tropical zones. Members of the Infinity™ Series are high performing New Guinea hybrids that are vigorous and have bushy, well-branched habits. They were bred by Ludwig Kientzler in Gensingen, Germany and first introduced by Visio Plant based...

Image of Impatiens

James H. Schutte

The bicolored orange blooms of Infinity® Orange Frost have pale orange petals with a darker orange blotch at the top of each. These contrast beautifully with its deep green foliage. Surprisingly, this “annual” is actually a shrubby tender perennial that will survive winters in tropical and sub-tropical zones. Members of the Infinity™ Series are high performing New Guinea hybrids that are vigorous and have bushy, well-branched habits. They were bred by Ludwig Kientzler in Gensingen, Germany and first...

Image of Impatiens

James H. Schutte

The pure pink blooms of Infinity® Pink contrast beautifully with its deep green foliage. Surprisingly, this “annual” is actually a shrubby tender perennial that will survive winters in tropical and sub-tropical zones. Members of the Infinity™ Series are high performing New Guinea hybrids that are vigorous and have bushy, well-branched habits. They were bred by Ludwig Kientzler in Gensingen, Germany and first introduced by Visio Plant based in Valverde Vega Alajuela, Czech Republic.

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Image of Impatiens

James H. Schutte

The pure red blooms of Infinity® Red contrast beautifully with its deep green foliage. Surprisingly, this “annual” is actually a shrubby tender perennial that will survive winters in tropical and sub-tropical zones. Members of the Infinity™ Series are high performing New Guinea hybrids that are vigorous and have bushy, well-branched habits. They were bred by Ludwig Kientzler in Gensingen, Germany and first introduced by Visio Plant based in Valverde Vega Alajuela, Czech Republic.

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Jesse Saylor

(Infinity® White New Guinea Impatiens, New Guinea Impatiens)

The large, pure white blooms of Infinity® White contrast beautifully with its dark green foliage. Surprisingly, this “annual” is actually a shrubby tender perennial that will survive winters in tropical and sub-tropical zones. Members of the Infinity™ Series are high performing New Guinea hybrids that are vigorous and have bushy, well-branched habits. They were bred by Ludwig Kientzler in Gensingen, Germany and first introduced by Visio Plant based in Valverde Vega Alajuela, Czech Republic.

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(New Guinea Impatiens, Paradise® Light Pink 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 (CELEBRETTE APPLEBLOSSOM IMPROVED, New Guinea Hybrid, CELEBRETTE SERIES) photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Celebrette Appleblossom Improved New Guinea Impatiens, New Guinea Impatiens)

The Celebrette Series of colorful and heat and cold-tolerant New Guinea Impatiens are well-branched, compact and moderately sized. They offer large, vibrant flowers in a wide range of colors which start blooming early and continue all season. The foliage is lush and dark green or variegated and the plants form tidy mounds.

The New Guinea hybrids are combined crosses between several parent species which include Impatiens hawkeri, Impatiens schlechteri and Impatiens platypetala....

Image of Impatiens (FANFARE™ SERIES) photo by: Environmental Horticulture Dept. University of Florida

Environmental Horticulture Dept. University of Florida

(Fanfare™ New Guinea Impatiens, New Guinea Impatiens)

Impatiens are tried and true shade-loving bedding plants that everyone knows and loves. Surprisingly, these “annuals” are actually shrubby tender perennials that will survive winters in tropical and sub-tropical zones. Members of the Fanfare™ Series are compact hybrids with New Guinea lineage that are vigorous, colorful and heat tolerant.

Clump forming and everblooming, impatiens produce many broad, flattened, five-petaled flowers all season. They are attractive to butterflies, among other insect...

Image of Impatiens (FUSION SERIES) photo by: Holly Chichester

Holly Chichester

(Fusion New Guinea Impatiens, 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 (INFINITY® SERIES) photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Infinity® New Guinea Impatiens)

Impatiens are tried and true shade-loving bedding plants that everyone knows and loves. Surprisingly, these “annuals” are actually shrubby tender perennials that will survive winters in tropical and sub-tropical zones. Members of the Infinity™ Series are high performing New Guinea hybrids that are vigorous, colorful and have bushy, well-branched habits. They were bred by Ludwig Kientzler in Gensingen, Germany and first introduced by Visio Plant based in Valverde Vega Alajuela, Czech Republic.

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