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Posted by ellwing (My Page) on
Tue, Jul 20, 04 at 13:09

I found an impatiens which is quite similar to impatiens auricoma.
The differences are :
-this one have bigger flowers tahn impatiens auricoma
-it is pale yellow instead of "pure" yellow
- there is pale red in the top of the flowers
- the little spur is very longer and larger than i.auricoma.

Have you got an idea of its name???
Have I got to post a pic in order you to recognize it????

Thanks a lot

Camille. (France)

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RE: Identification....auricoma???

Probably one of the new hybrids, maybe one of the Seashell series.

RE: Identification....auricoma???

So, I have an other question.... :
What means "seashell series", I guess it a not little animals on the sea,....
So it is new impatiens? rares impatiens ? ????



RE: Identification....auricoma???

This a hybrid between auricoma and walleriana. Its been around a few years. It can be somewhat hard to find at least in my area.

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