Impatiens blooming - Knowledgebase Question

Ventura, CA
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Question by picnic
April 4, 1998
I recently transplanted some baby impatiens I had raised from seed. How long will I have to wait before they bud and bloom?

Answer from NGA
April 4, 1998
There are a lot of things to consider - including air temperature, and exposure to light, but generally they will begin flowering 4-6 weeks after transplanting. Impatiens have a long flowering season, so once they set buds, you can look forward to several months worth of blossoms.

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