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Annuals: Impatiens for 2010 - Anyone?!

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BLOSSOMBUDDY

(Zone 5a)

October 22, 2009
4:22 PM

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Ok, impatiens, for me they are impossible to start from seed.

I got a six pak (big spender me! LOL!) in the spring of 09 and now am wintering them over in the house in pots!

I just took cuttings off of them and have had several start in the summer.

So ok, hows yours doing? What kind, show us your plants! Whats your secret?

This was my dark pink.. I have since lost those...Im an impatien killer! They dont usually do well at all for me! How I got a few to survive this fall so far is beyond me, so ok, until I kill them...lets talk impatiens!

I miss those dark pinks! Well, maybe 2010 I will get some more.

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