Best planted in container gardens or shady gardens protected from too much wind.
Impatiens hawkeri 'Infinity® series'
New Guinea Impatiens
Tips for Homeowners:
Water on a regular basis and fertilize with a high nitrogen product every 2-4 weeks for maximum flowers. No need to remove old flowers, the plants are "self-cleaning" and will put on new ones!
Rate this Plant:
This annual is a strong grower and has large flowers that it will put out all summer.
- Great color for the shady garden
- Excellent in containers
- Lush foliage
Interesting Notes about New Guinea Impatiens:
When planting impatiens it is important not to plant in too much sun, heat, or wind. The result will be wilted or dying plants and flowering will be reduced. Keep soil evenly moist and you will be rewarded with bright color, even in your shadiest garden.
Characteristics & Attributes
- Great Foliage
- Summer Bloomer
- No Deadheading
- Border or Bed
- Long Blooming
- Mass Planting
- Blooms all Season
- Partial Sun
- Full Shade
Season of Interest (Flowering):
- Moist, Well-Drained