Fanfare Trailing Impatiens
The new Fanfare? trailing Impatiens is a first for South Africa.
The low growing, spreading plants with blooms in luminous Lavender or Bright Orange cascade from hanging baskets and containers or spread quickly in the garden to provide banks of colour in areas of dappled sunshine. The flowers are so large that they resemble a New Guinea impatiens.
In frost free areas these can be treated as perennials.
They're one of the most heat-tolerant impatiens on the market and recover quickly from stress.They require regular watering to keep them healthy. Feed regularly with an all-purpose fertilizer.
Fanfares are very resilient and will bounce back quickly from lack of water, but it's still a good idea to provide extra water and fertilizer to plants in patio planters or hanging baskets.
Their spreading growth habit means you'll need fewer to cover the same amount of space as traditional Impatiens