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losing patience with impatiens

Posted by susan.spencer32 CA (My Page) on
Wed, Aug 13, 08 at 12:00

I have grown from a small transplant an Impatiens tree on my covered balcony. It is pretty tall but loses it's leaves as I think it needs more sun. The leaves are sparce, blackening on the tips, yellow, wilt and fall off. I can move to front door with partial sun if suggested. What can I do to revive and save this plant? It gave me a few pretty white flowers which were very short-lived so I am hoping to save it. Appreciate your help.


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RE: losing patience with impatiens

Where is the photo?....this a photo gallery forum.....there are other forums specific to your inquiry.


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RE: losing patience with impatiens

I have two hanging baskets of New Guinea Impatiens doing fairly well on porch in partial shade. Maybe your change of location will help.......


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RE: losing patience with impatiens

  • Posted by botann z8 SEof Seattle (My Page) on
    Mon, Sep 8, 08 at 12:00

Perhaps a hole in the bottom of the container will help.


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