Impatiens walleriana. Busy Lizzie. C11

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Impatiens Walleriana "Siempre Florida" is a well kn
own annual plant due to the large number of flowers of varied colors.

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Impatiens walleriana is a herbaceau annual plant from Balsaminaceae family.

Ideally cultivated due to their prolific and colourful bloom, which is given during a good part of the year.

We can use liquid fertilizer when they are sow in pots or slow release when we have big mass.

Regarding pruning, stems need to be trimmed back when they are too long, to give a better looking appearance.

They do better when the soil is rich and moist.

The main problems with busy lizzies are stem rot, due to overwatering; flowers falling due to a lack of light or insects, like red spider mites or whitefly.

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Impatiens Walleriana "Siempre Florida" is a well kn
own annual plant due to the large number of flowers of varied colors.

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