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Impatiens mirabilis : 'Giant Impatiens'

Posted by stephania Thailand (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 5, 06 at 22:27

Hi, This is my very first post to this group, so I'ld like to show you something !! This photo was sent to me from my friend.

Note on the pachycaule plant behind that guy, it's our native rare plant, Impatiens mirabilis. This giant Impatiens grows as lithophyte on lime-stone cliff in deep tropical rainforest south of Thailand. Yes, they like high humid but good drainage substance.

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RE: Impatiens mirabilis : 'Giant Impatiens'

Supposed you don't believe it's an Impatiens, please take a look.

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Impatiens mirabilis : in cultivation

A cutivated Impatiens mirabilis, it seem to be a good caudiciform plant if grow in tropical condition.

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Impatiens mirabilis : in my collection

Here in Bangkok City where I live, this Giant Impatiens will grow in our rainy season, May-October. Their seeds have been dispersed around, some times 3 metres away to another pots.

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RE: Impatiens mirabilis : 'Giant Impatiens'

These are really cool and so many plants.


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