New Guinea Impatiens are sturdy and offer bright colors. The glossy leaves combined with the large colorful blooms provide a tropical look. They are often called sunshine Impatiens because they tolerate more sun than regular impatiens. These compact, mounding plants, are covered with blossoms from late spring to early fall.
Size: #10 Bskt, #12 Deco
How To Grow: Hang in part sun to full shade.
Outstanding Features: New Guinea Impatiens thrive in the heat.
Tips: New Guinea Impatiens perform well in both sun or shade. Where summers are hot and humid, plant in full sun with adequate water. In hot dry summer areas, plant in partial shade to full shade.
Uses: Hanging Baskets