Novelty Impatiens / Busy Lizzie

impcenterstage (300x287)Impatiens walleriana ‘Center Stage’ (syn. ‘Tuckmas’) – This new Impatiens has the perfect combination of single fire engine red blooms and bright green foliage edged in gold and lime – a real showstopper. It flowers from late spring through to frost and works well in containers. Best grown in part to full shade exposures. Grows 6″ high by 10-12″ wide. Tender Annual.

impmusicabicolorpink (297x300)Impatiens walleriana ‘Fiesta Ole Peppermint’ (syn. ‘Balolepep’) – A double-flowered Busy Lizzie with rounded bright pink blooms kissed with a hint of white and nicely contrasted by sage green foliage that is tastefully edged in cream. ‘Fiesta Ole Peppermint’ keeps a perfect mounded form that lends itself to hanging baskets. Grows 10-12″ high and wide. Tender Annual.

impmusicapinkenergy (300x299)Impatiens walleriana MUSICA ‘Pink Energy’ – This Danziger introduction blooms from late spring through to autumn with double deep rose blooms that are nicely complimented by the rich green foliage. It works equally well in shade to partial shade borders, as well as hanging baskets and containers. Prefers even soil moisture. Grows 12″ high by 18″ wide. Tender Annual.

imppatchworkcosmicburgundy (300x296)Impatiens walleriana PATCHWORK ‘Cosmic Burgundy’ (syn. ‘Balpacurn’) -A new novelty Impatiens with huge (almost 2″ wide) blooms of purplish-red brush-stroked with a white central star and faint pink streaking. Finally we have an Impatiens to answer all the critics who say they are too boring to justify a solitary planting. Grows 10-16″ high by 12-14″ wide. Annual.

imppatchworkcosmicorange (300x300)Impatiens walleriana PATCHWORK ‘Cosmic Orange’ (‘Balpacorg’) – The 1960’s have finally come back to haunt us in a tricolor Impatiens that rivals the best tie-dyed t-shirt. ‘Cosmic Orange’ features single blooms of a bright coral-orange with a contrasting white central star, edged in brushstrokes of purple. Grows 10-16″ high by 12-14″ wide. Tender Annual.

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