New Guinea impatiens hawkerii 'Paradise Fuchsia on Lavender'
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Paradise Fuchsia on Lavender features lavender flowers with a fuchsia stripe on the end of each stem, from mid spring to early fall. It requires a space of 9-15 inches to properly grow. The ability to thrive in full shade or partial sun, complement many other plants or flowers, or simply stand alone make it a great choice for your home and garden.
- Large Flowers
- Excellent Uniform Habit
- Broad Array of Bright, Attractive Colors
- Best for Pots & Hanging Baskets
- Breeder: Kientzler
- Bloom Color: Lavender Bi-Color Fuschia
- Height: 12-18 in
- Spread: 10-14 in
- Spacing: 9-15 in
- Zone: Zones 10 - 12
- RC 102 Tray
New Guinea Impatiens are upright, warm weather annuals and tender perennials. These seasonal favorites offer a full spectrum of vibrant colors on bold blossoms and rich lance-shaped leaves. Impatiens are shade tolerant with a well-branching nature and compact growth habit. These beautiful plants offer large, round, vibrant flowers, appearing early in the season and forming a canopy of color which continues in warm weather conditions. The lush green or red foliage grows to form upright, rounded mounds covered by five-pedaled, flattened flowers. This suite of tropical perennials was collected from the island of Papa New Guinea, which is northeast of Australia and thrives in similar warm climates, seasonal or geographical.
New Guinea Harmony is a series bred by Danziger, the Paradise and Pure Beauty collection comes from the Dummen Group, while the New Guinea Sonic and Super Sonic series are bred by Syngenta. New Guineas are commonly used as a border plant around the garden, in hanging baskets, or for mass planting in the landscape. The taller and fuller varieties go nicely as mixed fillers in the garden. New Guineas grow best in moist, fertile, well-drained soil, and is a full shade to partial sun exposure flower. New Guineas also have a long bloom life. Key features include shade tolerance and no deadheading required.