Members of the 'Mother' forum may remember a discussion on the merits of WSing impatiens. From everyone's experience, the concensus was that they were not worth it - the blooms would be too late and the plants not vigorous (I think). However, I had collected seeds from my whites and reds of the previous year,and had already planted them, so I just left the seedlings (which were very small) in the containers over the summer until about a month ago when I went to turf them. Hating to thrwo plant out I just decided to plant a few in a pot which had some room and to my surprise, yesterday I had the most beautiful bloom and several maturing buds on one plant, while the other two plants are laden with maturing buds. This bloom is pink, a pale beautiful baby pink. Imagine doing that in one month. I could not believe it. Isn't Mother Nature great!!