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(Busy Lizzy, Fiesta™ Impatiens, Impatiens)

Members of the Fiesta™ series are compact and offer beautifully doubled flowers all season long. The flowers look much like little roses. These Ball Horticultural Company introductions are noted for their uniform, bushy habits and come in many colors, including bicolors.

Almost every gardener has grown Impatiens walleriana. Surprisingly, this common “annual” is actually a bushy tender perennial in its native East Africa and will survive winters in tropical and sub-tropical zones....

Image of Impatiens walleriana (FIREFLY™ SERIES) photo by: Syngenta

Syngenta

(Busy Lizzy, Dwarf Impatiens, Impatiens)

Lots of small, delicate flowers dance across the small plants in the Firefly Series. These are some of the finest dwarf impatiens. Introduced by Goldsmith Plants, Inc., they have tidy, mounded habits, are early blooming, and produce lots of small, slightly cupped flowers with long nectar spurs. The plants bloom effortlessly all season long and come in many bright colors.

Almost every gardener has grown Impatiens walleriana. Surprisingly, this common “annual” is actually a bushy tender...

Good old busy lizzy is a shade-loving bedding plant that everyone knows and loves. Surprisingly, this common “annual” is actually a bushy tender perennial in its native East Africa and will survive winters in tropical and sub-tropical zones. It blooms continuously if conditions are favorable and has fleshy, tender stems and leaves that quickly wilt when water is lacking and perk up just as fast when it’s available.

Busy lizzy is bushy and upright with lance-shaped to elliptical leaves that come...

(Busy Lizzy, Heartbeat™ Impatiens, Impatiens)

Lots of fully double flowers dance across the robust, compact plants in the Heartbeat™ Series. These fine double impatiens can be compared to those in the Fiesta Ole™ Series, but they are a bit taller. Introduced by Syngenta Seeds, they have neat, mounded habits, and produce lots of flowers that bloom effortlessly all season long and come in many bright colors.

Almost every gardener has grown Impatiens walleriana. Surprisingly, this common “annual” is actually a bushy tender perennial...

Image of Impatiens walleriana (JAMBALAYA SERIES) photo by: Syngenta

Syngenta

(Busy Lizzy, Impatiens, Jambalaya Impatiens)

Lots of large, colorful flowers dance across the robust, compact plants in the Jambalaya Series. Introduced by Syngenta Seeds, they have neat, mounded habits, are early flowering and produce lots of flowers that bloom effortlessly all season long. The plants resist legginess, even in heat and humidity, and come in 16 bright colors.

Almost every gardener has grown Impatiens walleriana. Surprisingly, this common “annual” is actually a bushy tender perennial in its native East Africa...

(Busy Lizzy, Dwarf Impatiens, Impatiens, Little Lizzy™ Impatiens)

Lots of delicate flowers dance across the small plants in the Little Lizzy™ Series. These impatiens were introduced by John Bodger & Sons Company of South El Monte, California. They have tidy, mounded habits, and produce lots of small, spurred flowers just above the foliage. The plants bloom effortlessly all season long and come in many bright colors.

Almost every gardener has grown Impatiens walleriana. Surprisingly, this common “annual” is actually a bushy tender perennial in its...

(New Guinea Impatiens)

Good old busy lizzy is a shade-loving bedding plant that everyone knows and loves. Surprisingly, this common “annual” is actually a bushy tender perennial in its native East Africa and will survive winters in tropical and sub-tropical zones. It blooms continuously if conditions are favorable and has fleshy, tender stems and leaves that quickly wilt when water is lacking and perk up just as fast when it’s available.

Busy lizzy is bushy and upright with lance-shaped to elliptical leaves that come...

Image of Impatiens walleriana (SHIMMER SERIES) photo by: Syngenta

Syngenta

(New Guinea Impatiens)

Good old busy lizzy is a shade-loving bedding plant that everyone knows and loves. Surprisingly, this common “annual” is actually a bushy tender perennial in its native East Africa and will survive winters in tropical and sub-tropical zones. It blooms continuously if conditions are favorable and has fleshy, tender stems and leaves that quickly wilt when water is lacking and perk up just as fast when it’s available.

Busy lizzy is bushy and upright with lance-shaped to elliptical leaves that come...

(Busy Lizzy, Impatiens, Showstopper Impatiens)

Extra large, colorful flowers cover the compact plants in the Showstopper Series all summer long. They have bushy, mounded habits, come in lots of bright colors and are especially well-suited for hanging baskets.

Almost every gardener has grown Impatiens walleriana. Surprisingly, this common “annual” is actually a bushy tender perennial in its native East Africa and will survive winters in tropical and sub-tropical zones. It blooms continuously if conditions are favorable and has fleshy,...

Image of Impatiens walleriana (SILHOUETTE® APPLEBLOSSOM, SILHOUETTE® SERIES) PPAF photo by: Syngenta

Syngenta

Good old busy lizzy is a shade-loving bedding plant that everyone knows and loves. Surprisingly, this common “annual” is actually a bushy tender perennial in its native East Africa and will survive winters in tropical and sub-tropical zones. It blooms continuously if conditions are favorable and has fleshy, tender stems and leaves that quickly wilt when water is lacking and perk up just as fast when it’s available.

Busy lizzy is bushy and upright with lance-shaped to elliptical leaves that come...