Balsam Mixed color
Basam is a common sun to partial shade flowering annual. It is easy to grow and widely available at nurseries and garden centers. Balsam is known by the common name umbrella moniker of impatiens, which covers a wide variety of forms and tones. Balsam may also be found as “Rose Balsam.” The flowers bear double petals and come in an array of colors but are partially hidden by large attractive leaves with pronounced veins. Balsams come in white, red, orange, yellow, violet, and pink. These flowers resemble mini roses or camellias with the thickly spaced petals and tones. Some fun balsam plant information is found in another of its names: touch-me-not. The name is owing to the end of season pods which form and burst at the slightest touch.
Balsam requires 60 to 70 days from sowing to produce flowers, so an early start is essential. Try growing Balsam plants from seed if you have a long growing season, or pick them up at your favorite nursery.
No of Seeds : 25 Seeds
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