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Annuals: yellow impatiens, anyone?

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Lake Toxaway, NC
(Zone 7a)

February 13, 2012
7:22 AM

Post #9005001

a few years ago, someone sent me some yellow impatiens seed. I got one, lol, to germinate. But I really loved that thing. It looks like a cross between a regular impatien and a wild jewel weed. Because I only had the one, I kept it potted and moved it inside for the winter and it did ok the next year but then died. I never got any seed from it. Does anyone have some seed they would share?
I have: moonflower vine seed, lots of zinnia seed (tall variety), a little purple celosia, cardinal flower for moist shade (perennial). rose campion, ironweed, and mixed Crego Aster (2 year old packet). All seeds come from my yard or my SIL's yard.

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