Impatiens qingchengshanica P1961

A Darrel Probst collection from Sichuan, China, this relatively low growing species bears a multitude of goodly sized softest-pink flowers in autumn over green foliage; their throats washed with orange internally and with red speckles further out. A very hardy species, rather like a pink I. omeiana, and like it the rhizomes survive underground over winter. For shade and reasonable moisture. Very similar indeed to Dan Hinkley's 'Emei Dawn', but with more speckles.

Pot size: 2L



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