my impatien pic

eviestevie(8a Central TX)May 20, 2005

don't know what kind it is, but the double blooms and varigated leaves are so pretty! it reminds me of a mini rose. anyhow, just wanted to share the pic..

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eviestevie(8a Central TX)

different angle

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    Bookmark   May 20, 2005 at 11:54AM
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Hi Eviestevie--Your impatiens are just beautiful! I have the same variety, I think it is the same, and I have been trying to find the name of it myself (pic is under the post named 'buds not opening') Could I ask what their rate of growth and spread is? My transplanted ones seem to be growing very slowly although they look quite healthy. Thanks

    Bookmark   June 16, 2005 at 9:42PM
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skippy05(z7 PA)

Beautiful!!! Yes, looks like a little rose
I love the variegated leaves!
Thanks for sharing!

    Bookmark   June 17, 2005 at 5:06PM
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eviestevie(8a Central TX)

dazed, they are very slow growing with the foliage, but the blooms are always very prolific. actually, i planted mine in march and i don't think they've spread at all. i have them in a large patio container, so i don't know if that has anything to do with it.

    Bookmark   June 18, 2005 at 4:04PM
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njoynit(Z8b Coastal ~secluded)

Rebecca Kolls featured these recently on her HGTV show.I loved the foliage.she showed a red one was called stars& stripes I think she said.(web page don't even show the variegated form or mention much about it)she said the flowers are smaller and does not bloom as heavy as the regular ones.She showed growing herbs in those wire hanging baskets.I thought of buying 2 and hooking them together and filling with spanish moss and growing a whole big ball of the variegated ones.I have just the shady spot on my porch for them.
I enjoyed your pics...nice close ups

    Bookmark   July 12, 2005 at 11:11AM
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