Impatiens Plants

PLANTS in a STRAWBERRY POT.


MJUSTILI added on May 5, 2017 | Answered

I HAVE A GOOD-SIZED TERRA COTTA STRAWBERRY POT. FOR 45 YEARS I LIVED IN AN OLD HOUSE WITH A VERY SHADY LOT. I ALWAYS PUT IMPATIENS IN THE POT AND IT BECAME A VERITABLE GLOBE OF BLOSSMS AS THE SEASON WENT ON. I NOW LIVE IN A 5TH FLOOR CONDO WITH A BALCONY WITH SOUTHERN AND EASTER N EXPOSURE. FULL SUN ALL DAY. WHAT SOULD I PUT IN THE POT? I'D LIKE LOTS OF BLOSSOMS, COLOR AND EASE OF CARE..


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Downtoearthdigs
Certified GKH Gardening Expert
Answered on May 7, 2017

I would suggest petunias, moss roses, marigolds or salvias?

I myself visited a local garden center last week and fell in love with some of new varieties of petunias! The colors are amazing that they have hybridized.

Go for a visit to the garden center and see what lovely flowers you can find for your new garden spot.

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