- Flower nameImpatiens
- Scientific nameImpatiens walleriana
- Aliasアフリカホウセンカ, Impatiens, Busy Lizzy, Patience plant, Saltana
- Place of originTropical, Tanzania Africa
- Place of floweringGarden, Horticultural species, Potted flower
- Flowering seasonMay, June, July, August, September, October
- Language of flowersDo not touch me
What is Impatiens
Impatiens (Scientific name: Impatiens walleriana) is native to Africa and is a non-cold-resistant annual grass of the family Balsaminaceae. From early summer to autumn, pastel color flowers bloom. Because it is an excellent item that blooms even in a sunny place, easy to maintain, durable and lasts long, so geranium in the veranda. The garden cultivar of the same species is New Guinea Impatiens, which is about 7 cm in flower diameter than the African species originating in Imperience, some flower stems are red, others have long thin spots and brown on the leaves.
The flowers of the genus Pinus fly flies when the fruit ripens with fruit.
In the same genus are Impatiens (scientific name: I. walleriana), Impatiens hypophylla ( I. hypophylla), Touch-me-not Balsam (I. nolitangere), Rose balsam (I. balsamina).
Common name: Impatiens, Scientific name: Impatiens walleriana, aka: African hornensa, Busy Lizzy, Patience plant, Saltana, Classification name: Plant kingdom ginsengumi Tropical Africa, such as Tanzania, Environment: Highlands, Habitat distribution: Horticultural varieties of the original species: one year old grass, plant height: 15 to 40 cm, leaves: yellow Flower color: about 4 cm, flower color: peach, white, red, flowering period: May to October.