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Impatiens provide long-lasting, colorful flowers. Plant impatiens in mixed borders, or alone in large beds. Include Double Impatiens for impressive container plantings. New Guinea Impatiens are disease resistant, and carry huge, showy flowers.
Impatiens for Mass Plantings, Borders, and Containers.
How to plant Impatiens seeds
Why lollipop? Because the flower colors pop like no impatiens you have seen. Rich, vibrant eye-popping color on vigorous, uniform plants that will not stretch. The Penn State flower trial grounds in Landisville, Pennsylvania awarded the Lollipop impatiens top scores for performance, rich color, and neat, branching growth.
Intense rose blooms.
"Amazing flower power" is a phrase you are going to hear repeated often in regards to Xtreme impatiens and it is not just talk. Compact, heat-loving, 8-10 inch tall plants produce incredible amounts of jumbo, 2.5 inch flowers. Fast growing, very long-blooming, and easy to grow.
Pink, rose, violet, and white flowers are blended in this new designer mix.
Lavender, rose, salmon and violet blooms, Xtreme Utopia Mix is an impressive, showy selection.
Includes shades of lavender, lilac, pink, red, rose, salmon, scarlet, violet and white.
Super-sized, 2.5 inch pink flowers cover the compact, 8-10 inch tall, heat loving, heavy blooming plants throughout the season.
Heat loving, compact 8-10 inch plants absolutely smother themselves in brilliant white blossoms. We predict that given time this will become America's favorite white impatiens.
Deep salmon, red, rose, scarlet, and violet flowers are in this lively designer mix.
Xtreme Lilac is a true lilac color and was voted "Best of the Best" at the University of Georgia trial gardens.
Bright rose colored flowers.
Huge, deep red flowers cover shapely 8-10 inch plants. They love the heat and bloom with astonishing freedom.
Xtreme Lavender is a showy, soothing selection for shaded beds, borders or containers.
A collection of the most calming Xtreme colors, including Lavender, Pink, Salmon, and White.
A passionate mix of Deep Salmon, Salmon, Scarlet, and White.
Vivid orange blooms on 8-10 inch compact, heat loving plants. Xtreme Orange is incredibly heavy flowering; producing king-size, 2.5 inch beauties continuously from summer until frost.
Xtreme Salmon is a shining, showy selection for shaded beds, borders or containers.
A designer mix of pink, lavender and violet.
Profuse production of large, 2.49 inch flowers on fast growing, long-blooming, compact, well-branched, 8-10 inch tall plants. 'Accent' impatiens provide vibrant summer and fall color in shaded beds and patio containers, and will combine beautifully with begonias, fuchsias or ferns.
A formulated mix of 9 of the finest flower colors in the 'Accent' series including light pink with a bright pink eye, lavender blue, lilac, orange, pink, red, rose, salmon, and white.
Red flowers with bright white stars.
Light salmon-orange. Another top performer in the University of Illinois Extension's Annual Evaluation Garden. More uniform in flowering and even better branching than most Accent impatiens.
An impatiens breeding breakthrough producing plants built to spread. Growing only 6-8 inches high and spreading 12-14 inches across, Imprezas provide excellent soil coverage with significantly less upward stretch. Outstanding in the landscape, and in smaller containers, Impreza impatiens remain fresh looking longer than any impatiens we know.
A collection of all Impreza colors including Blue Pearl, Cherry Splash, Red, Rose, Salmon, Violet, and White.
Flowers almost glow in the evening. A top performer at the University of Illinois Extension Trial Garden.
Bright white with consistent heavy flower count on each plant. Named the best impatiens from seed at the 2011 Colorado State University Trial Garden.
Intense coral pink flowers.
Dwarf, vigorous, early-blooming, free-flowering plants covered in large, bright flowers. 'Super Elfin' impatiens combine beautifully in the shade with begonias, fuchsias, and ferns.
Large, alluring, soft pink flowers.
Big, luscious, clear salmon-rose blooms.
Very dwarf, well-branched, 8 inch tall plants produce beautiful flowers in soothing, blended, tropical shades.
Flowers with soft pink petals edged in deep pink.
Heavy blooming, 10 inch tall plants covered in showy, 2 inch flowers. Gorgeous in hanging baskets, containers, or the landscape.
Gorgeous pink flowers with deep cherry "butterflies" in the center.
Salmon, coral, light and deep pink flowers marked with dark "butterflies."
Large, burgundy blooms.
Large, warm crimson flowers.
Big, pure white flowers.
Watermelon petals and dark cherry centers. Juicy, summer fun.
Create Spectacular Borders, Patio Pots and Hanging Baskets.
How to plant Impatiens seeds
Masses of semi-double, rosebud blooms are produced over a very long summer and fall season on compact, low and spreading plants. Compared to other fancy flowered double series, Athena double impatiens bloom earlier, are more consistently double, have increased vigor and a more attractive habit of growth. They grow 10 inches high and up to 18 inches across and are perfect for adding brilliant color to shaded borders or containers.
A formula mix of all the Athena colors, with their beautiful, semi-double, rosebud blooms.
Rosebud semi-double neon-orange blooms.
Orange and white bicolor semi-double rosebud blooms.
Red and white semi-double rosebud-type blooms.
Unique purple-violet semi-double rosebud blooms.
Grow Disease-resistant Plants with Huge, Showy Flowers.
How to plant Impatiens seeds
Florific New Guinea Impatiens are extremely showy. They hold their large, plentiful flowers on the top of naturally compact, 10-14 inch multi-branched plants. Bred specifically to excel in mass plantings, and exceptionally resistant (perhaps immune) to Impatiens Downy Mildew, they are a superb landscape alternative to Impatiens walleriana in disease-prone regions. The Florific series varieties are the earliest New Guinea Impatiens to begin flowering, and they continue to bloom well into fall.
Light salmon to deep orange bicolor flowers. 'Sweet Orange' is the first bicolor New Guinea impatiens available from seed. A 2014 All America Selections Winner, 'Sweet Orange' also won a 2015 Fleuroselect Gold Medal (Europe's top prize).
Divine New Guinea Impatiens are large flowered, high performance selections with excellent vigor and branching. They bloom heavily throughout the season on mounded, heat tolerant, 10-14 inch tall plants. They are easy to grow choices for landscapes, mixed borders, containers or hanging baskets. Needs afternoon or filtered shade and moist soil. Highly resistant to Impatiens Downy Mildew, use Divine New Guinea Impatiens with confidence in disease prone regions of the U.S.
Large, bright orange flowers.
Large white, orange, and scarlet red flowers.
Lilac lavender flowers.
Rich violet flowers.
A formulated mix of violet, lavender, and white flowers.
Bright white flowers blushed pale pink.
Deep red flowers.
A formula mix composed of deep red, lilac-lavender, apple-blossom, pink, scarlet red, violet, orange, and white flowers.
Sow seed in cell packs or flats, press into soil but do not cover. Needs light to germinate. Kept at 70-75°F., germination is in 10-20 days. Transplant into the garden 8-12 inches apart after all danger of frost.