Or, take cuttings and overwinter as houseplants. Unlike the more common annual impatiens, these fresh seeds can be very, very slow indeed to germinate, usually taking several months. Cover the seeds with fine grit or compost to approximately their own depth. "True Blue" Impatiens. This new species was discovered in the Namcha Barwa canyon in Tibet in the summer of 2003 by Yuan Yong-Ming and Ge Xue-Jun. PropagationIt is best to start with fresh seed sown in a pot and provide them with a season of stratification (damp, dark, and cool conditions). This is the bluest of all, flowering continuously through the year given right conditions. It is an annual plant, although it may live for several years in mild climates that do not freeze in winter. It self-seeds and can be grown as an annual in colder areas. Please be very patient, and do not discard the seed pan, no matter how long it takes for germination to occur. The tips below explain the process. £3.99 Stock : 0. Impatiens namchabarwensis. This new species was discovered in the Namcha Barwa canyon in Tibet in the summer of 2003 by Yuan Yong-Ming and Ge Xue-Jun. Impatiens namchabarwensis (blue diamond impatiens) is a 40–50 cm tall plant, native to the Himalaya. Germinating the seeds Getting started-- This Impatiens sprouts best after a 4 week cold period ("stratification").

Amazing Impatiens from the Himalayas. Impatiens namchabarwensis (blue diamond impatiens) is a 40–50 cm tall plant, native to the Himalaya. Out of stock for delivery: Out of stock for collection: Product Details . Or, take cuttings and overwinter as houseplants. When to plant - Plant your seeds when you receive them for best results. Impatiens namchabarwensis.

This is a perennial species when grown indoors or in mild-winter areas.

Impatiens namchabarwensis Family: Balsaminaceae Blue Diamond Impatiens Origin: Himalaya. 30-45cm (12-18"). Impatiens namchabarwensis . It is an annual plant, although it may live for several years in mild climates that do not freeze in winter. Easy needing a semi shaded frost free place. Impatiens namchabarwensis Our Ref No : 11789.