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 — Purple
Bloom time — Late spring to summer
Spacing — 10-14″ apart
Size — 8-10″ tall
Habit — Mounding
Water — Heavy