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Re: OT: Impatiens

-----Original Message-----
From: Bill Shear <bills@tiger.hsc.edu>
To: Multiple recipients of list <iris-l@rt66.com>
>These are quite tall and have flowrs more like our native Jewelweeds than
>the garden sultanas, but in very nice blended pastel colors

Are these jewelweeds related to (or the same) as Jewelflower, aka numismata?

>Has anyone had the experience of their impatiens plants, especially when
>grown indoors, developing distorted terminals which eventually die?

My experience with growing them inside and having this problem suggests a
slight wilt has occured
and dry indoor air compounds the damage.  I could be wrong.

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