The garden balsam is one of many ornamental plants that originated in southern Asia, and it boasts colorful flowers that are usually pink, red, white, or purple. Its official name is Impatiens balsamina, and it is also sometimes called the rose balsam. It requires plenty of water and sunlight, and tends to spread easily, often hiding many of the flowers with its large amount of green foliage. The garden balsam tends to bloom from spring to winter, and is known for growing quickly.
This plant usually grows tall fast, so it is often placed behind flower beds or along walls. Its typical height is about three feet tall (0.91 m), and it often spreads out about that far in width, as well. The flowers are not typical in that they do not have very long stems, but they tend to look good when cut and floating in bowls of water, as some people do to decorate for an event or add some color to a home. They look like tiny roses, and they tend to appeal very much to bees and butterflies, both of which often pollinate them.
1. Difference area with difference plant season, according to the local climate.
2. Timely and right amount use sufficient base manure and top application.
3. Soil:deep,rich,good irrigate condition,sunny.
4. Growth temperature(°C):10 to 35.
5. Fertilizer:farmyard manure primarily,add phosphate fertilizer and potash fertilizer.
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