Impatiens Rose - Knowledgebase Question

Wales, ME
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Question by madtrapper9
March 24, 2001
Do impatiens rose parade hybrid mix on page 4in your 2001
catalog last more than one season.

Answer from NGA
March 24, 2001
These plants are perennial in a warm climate but are grown as annuals in areas where winter temperatures are cold, just as other types of impatiens. Some gardeners are able to overwinter these plants as houseplants and some take tip cuttings to root and save from one year to the next. But whne grown outside, these are strictly warm season annuals and do not tolerate any frost.

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