Display a Colorful Palette of Impatiens

Since the rise of downy mildew on traditional bedding impatiens, there have been several developments in breeding varieties that are resistant to the mildew.

So what kinds of impatiens are available that are resistant to downy mildew? We carry 4 different kinds that are resistant and will give you bold color in the shade (and even in partial sun!)

Happiest in partial shade to shade, the bold flowers of the New Guinea Impatiens are great additions to your garden. These 5-petal rounded flowers and pointy green leaves hold a mound form and will light up the dark. Magnify your borders, containers and hanging baskets through mid-Fall with these showy beauties. Magnum New Guinea Impatiens are just like regular New Guineas but with enormous flowers.

The Divine Impatiens take center stage in beddings, providing consistent color and big blooms against the dark green foliage. Shade tolerant and low maintenance, Divine Impatiens grow 10-14 inches in height, even in partial sun. Replace Spring flowering plants in containers with lush Divine Impatiens for lasting color.

Need color and height in your shade garden? New for 2018, the Bounce Impatiens are fast-growing up to 30 inches, while keeping a mounded form. These Impatiens bounce back quite well after a wilt, requiring only occasional maintenance, and resist downy mildew. Bounce Impatiens will be the thriller in the shadow-filled corners your garden display.

Impatiens that love fun in the sun? Yes! SunPatiens will shine in shade to sun. With bright round flowers and dense foliage, SunPatiens are two feet when fully grown. Their medium texture blends well with other plants. SunPatiens are the perfect filler for more summer color in containers and baskets.

Aurora Location

2000 Montgomery Road,

Aurora, IL 60504

Phone. 630-820-8088

Naperville Location

25w471 Plank Road,

Naperville, IL 60563

Phone. 630-355-4000

Spring Hours

March 30-June 30

Monday-Friday: 9am-7pm

Saturday: 9am-5pm

Sunday: 11am-5pm

Memorial Day Hours

Monday, May 27


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right plantsĀ in right places.