SunPatiens

Impatiens Spreading SunPatiens®

Forget about every other Impatiens in the world — SunPatiens® is here to take over! Not only is this the most sun-tolerant Impatiens ever grown (by far!), it is also larger, bushier, and more floriferous than any other, with blooms that begin weeks sooner than others and keep going until frost. If you’re looking for nonstop color for partial shade to full sun, SunPatiens® is exactly what you must have.

Most of us have gardens that wend their way in and out of sun, so creating a large edging with Impatiens has always been tricky. Hello, SunPatiens!® From the dry soil beneath trees to the blazing sun of noonday in August, these big, dense plants not only thrive, they flourish! And this spreading type is the only SunPatiens® ideal for containers as well as the annual bed or edging. Let these longer, looser stems loll over the sides of tall planters, windowboxes, and even hanging baskets!

The blooms are larger, too, up to 3 inches across and very, very profuse. This is a plant that blooms from the bottom up, creating a ball of dazzling color. And it’s a big ball, too — expect SunPatiens®  to reach 18 inches high and 20 inches wide. All that vigor really shows!

Expect these vibrant watermelon-red to deep orange blooms to begin several weeks before other Impatiens have woken up in spring, and to continue nonstop through summer and fall. Only frost nips them back! They really stand out well against the deep green leaves. And the spreading habit is unique in the SunPatiens® family.

Speaking of that family, be sure to take a look at the other spreading SunPatiens® varieties, variegated White and Salmon plus solid red Carmine. And there are upright and compact series, too, in this remarkable family! You’ll wonder what you ever did without SunPatiens® creating a bright ribbon of carefree color through your garden!