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(New Guinea Impatiens, Super Sonic™ New Guinea Impatiens)

The Super Sonic™ Series of colorful and heat and cold-tolerant New Guinea Impatiens are vigorous, well-branched and bred to withstand use in the landscape. They offer large, vibrant flowers in a wide range of colors. 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. This suite of...

(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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Image of Impatiens (PARADISE® APRICOT, PARADISE® SERIES) PPAF photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Hybrid 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...

(Hybrid Impatiens, Paradise® 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...

(Hybrid Impatiens, Seashell 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 (SUNPATIENS® COMPACT DEEP ROSE, New Guinea Hybrid, SUNPATIENS® SERIES) PPAF photo by: James Burghardt

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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Image of Impatiens balfourii photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Balfour's Touch-Me-Not)

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 balsamina

Jesse Saylor

Most commonly called tree impatiens or garden balsam, this old heirloom bedding plant was grown in Victorian gardens long before the popular Impatiens walleriana was discovered in Africa. Native to India and southeastern Asia, this tender ornamental is a true annual with a tall, upright habit and colorful flowers that peek out from beneath its long, lush leaves.

The soft, succulent, herbaceous stems of garden balsam are lined with light green, elliptical leaves with toothed edges....

Image of Impatiens pallida photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Jewelweed, Yellow Touch-me-not)

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)

New Guinea Impatiens distinguish themselves from common garden impatiens with extra large flowers, beautifully colored and marked leaves and better branching. Impatiens schlechteri is one of the original New Guinea impatiens and a parent of the hybrids. It is native to New Guinea Island north of Australia. The stems are dull red, fleshy and succulent. The green leaves are oblong and have toothed margins. The flowers are shaped like a spreading funnel with long nectar spurs and are deep carmine red.

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