If you want more impatiens beyond the confines of your garden, grow them indoors as houseplants. They can offer year-round color and cheerful flowers in bright colors like pink, yellow, orange, and red. And they lend themselves nicely to indoor life, since they tolerate lower light and warm temperatures. Read more now.
Have you ever wished you could grow impatiens in full sun? Or have you struggled with deadly downy mildew disease on your impatiens? Maybe you just want a bigger plant with larger flowers? Then you should check out New Guinea impatiens! This guide explains all you need to know to grow these tough, prolific flowers.
Impatiens are ready for their comeback. The once incredibly popular shade-lover has fallen out of favor over the past decade since downy mildew began wiping it out across the UK and US. But growers have found new techniques to help prevent this disease, and resistant cultivars are popping up on the market. Read more.