Impatiens omeiana ‘Sango’

Named here, this form of this very hardy species from China has the most sumptuous deep-red pigment washed through the stems and leaves. Foliage emerges with metallic-pink narrow markings along the midribs of the leaves, expanding to a brownish-green with deep maroon undersides. Early autumn flowers are deep yellow and cream with orange speckling in the throat. Fully hardy and easy in semi-shade, not too dry in summer. Other similar selections are 'Pink Nerves' and 'Silver Pink', though I'm told 'Sango' is the finest :-)

Pot size: 1L



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