New Guinea impatiens in full bloom
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When To Plant Impatiens For Beautiful Blooms In
Your Garden
For those looking to grow impatiens, the ideal time for planting these popular annuals is in the spring, specifically after the last frost has passed and the soil has warmed up.
In most regions, this is around late April or early May. Planting them too early, when the soil is still cold, can stunt their growth and increase their susceptibility
to diseases.
On the other hand, planting impatiens too late in the season can lead to reduced blooming, as the plants may not have sufficient time to develop before the onset of frost.