Answer: New Guinea Impatiens is a popular houseplant that will bloom all winter long if its needs are met. I suspect that your plant is reacting to the change in environment, from outdoors to in. The humidity and temperature may be quite different and your plant should have been slowly acclimated to living indoors by bringing it in at night and taking in out during the day, so it would have an opportunity to adjust. You can pinch back the stems and new stems, foliage and flowers will develop. Here are some handy hints for keeping your plant happy while indoors:
Provide average household temperatures, minimum of 55F in winter. Give bright light, with a few hours of direct sunlight in the winter to promote flowering. Keep potting soil moist but not soggy wet. Mist leaves if the air is dry, but don't get water on flower petals or they will become spotted. Repot in the spring, using fresh potting soil.
Hope following the above suggestions will help restore you plant to better health!
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