The Q&A Archives: Yellow impatiens

Question: It was recommended that we plant Yellow Seashell impatiens in 4 inch pots. Do you carry these and if so, what retailer in South Orange County might have them?

Will we have a constant problem replacing one or two that die after the initial landscape is put in?

Answer: Impatiens are such a beautiful, versatile group of plants that they easily earn the position they have held for several years as the number one bedding plant in the country. The Seashell series of hybrid impatiens offers some incredible colors not available in other types of impatiens. On plants that are slightly more upright than standard impatiens, the Seashell series comes in a true yellow and fruit colors such as papaya, apricot, passion, peach and tangerine. Impatiens are considered annual plants, even in your mild winter climate and you should expect to replace them annually. Monrovia does not grow impatiens so I can't help you find a source. Sorry!

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