NG Impatiens - Hot Pink

Description

Bench Card

No need to deadhead these compact plants in order to produce an abundance of vibrant flowers.  Best planted in the shade or morning sun, they are a bit more sun-tolerant than other impatiens.  The foliage is also attractive on these plants, and butterflies and hummingbirds are attracted to these flowers.  Fertilize every two weeks for best results.

Exposure — Part sun to full shade

Bloom color — Pink

Bloom time — Late spring to summer

Spacing —  10-14″ apart

Size — 8-10″ tall

Habit — Mounding

Water — Heavy