My impatiens (dark leaves pink flowers) in a hanging pot have dropped blossoms and now is looking kind of sad. How can I bring this plant back?
Impatiens Looking Sad
Certified GKH Gardening Expert
Make sure you are watering the hanging basket adequately for the heat of our summer days.
Twice a day in temperatures above 85 degrees.
Cut back the plant if it has become leggy. You can trim it back to it's original size. Trim just to a set of leaflets.
Fertilize your pot once a month with a balanced fertilizer.
Here is a link with growing information.