IMPATIENS balsamina 'Camelia Flowered Mix' (Balsam - Camelia Flowered Mix)

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The genus name impatiens is from Latin word ‘Impatient’. This refers to the powerful discharge of seed from their capsules. Hence the nickname “touch-me-not. These kinds of flowering species are commonly known as ‘Camelia Flowered Mix’. It has flowers that are mostly axillary, in rose, salmon, white. This has double...
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The genus name impatiens is from Latin word ‘Impatient’. This refers to the powerful discharge of seed from their capsules. Hence the nickname “touch-me-not. These kinds of flowering species are commonly known as ‘Camelia Flowered Mix’. It has flowers that are mostly axillary, in rose, salmon, white. This has double flowers. It grows in full to part sun, with moderate to moist condition. Their blooming season is summer. They are found in Eastern and Southern Asia.

Number of Seeds Max Coverage Area (Square Ft.)
1OZ 2,625 69
1/4LB 10,500 275
1/2LB 21,000 550
1LB 42,000 1,100
5LB 210,000 5,500

Scientific Name: Impatiens Balsamina

Common Name: Camelia Flowered Mix

Plant Type: Annual

Kingdom: Plantae

Family: Balsaminaceae

Native Range: From Himalayas east to Japan and Indonesia, east and south Asia

 Height: 18-30 inches

Spread: 12-14 inches

Zone: 7-11

Exposure: Full Sun to partial shade

Blooming Season: Summer to fall

Attracts: Humming Birds

Flower Color: Bright mix of white, pink red, salmon and violet white accent

Water Requirement: Medium water, keep moist

Soil Type: Regular to rich, Moist, Well-drained

Soil pH: Acidic to neutral

Disease: Avoid powdery mildew by spacing properly and placing in a location that has good airflow

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