These berries are odd, but I have only seen them in the great glass dome in the Welsh botanic gardens. They are of Azara serrata in my garden. I have seen this…
Impatiens genus (Busy Lizzie). These are annuals and mainly evergreen, perennials and sub-shrubs; they often have succulent but brittle stems. In cold climates some may be herbaceous. They are frost hardy to frost tender, 10C. and will prefer sun or semi-shade with moist but not waterlogged soil. You can propagate by seeds or by stem cuttings in the spring or summer.
Annuals or Perennials, Evergreens, Fragrants
Mixed bed, shade, border, containers.
Or by stem cuttings in spring or summer.
Impatiens downy mildew and aphids. Under glass, red spider mite, and whitefly.
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