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Anybody know the day-length requirements for grandis and hians?

Posted by audrey z5 PA (My Page) on
Wed, Oct 17, 07 at 11:25

I bought some impatiens grandis Rosa and hians plants last year. I'd read that they were winter bloomers, so I expected them to bloom under my grow-lights during that season. But, although they seemed to do quite well there, they never set buds. A grandis plant I'd given to a friend bloomed in her sunroom, however. So I concluded that my mistake was probably giving the plants 16 hours of light a day. Does anyone know how much I should give them?


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RE: Anybody know the day-length requirements for grandis and hian

Good question... hope someone has the answer. I am always confused about these winter bloomers and wondered if we could change their season to bloom by the amount of light we give them and temperature ofcourse..

Bea


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