new guina impatiens

felix-grow(5)May 8, 2010

When is it a good time to plant the new guinas in my climate, also what would complement then. I plan to plant the flowers in a container box, size of a half wiskey barrell.

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oilpainter(3)

You can plant new guinnea impatiens when there is no danger of frost. In your climate they must go where they get no midday sun--just a bit in morning and evening.

Some flowers that like the same growing conditions are begonia, lobelia, licorice plant

    Bookmark   May 19, 2010 at 4:17AM
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