Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Wordless Wednesday: Impatiens



Do you love Impatiens? I do!

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  1. They do have colourful flowers. When I was s child they were the first plants that I learned to,take cuttings from.

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    1. Ha, ha Sue, when I was enough adult I learned to take cutting from impatiens :)

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  2. I do love them. I have white ones in pots and one hanging container of red. The ones in the ground are happier than the hanging plant. I think it needs some fertilizer so maybe that will be a task for this morning before it hits 90. :-)

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    1. I do feed them as other plants, I agree Judy, impatiens in pots need more water and fertilizer.

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  3. Yes, I do love Impatiens. They look so nice in hanging baskets and easy to look after. I love their bright colours and the pure white. Good to sometimes combine two colours like your orange and pink basket.
    Hope you are enjoying warm summer days Nadezda Thank you for brightening my day!
    Betty.

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    1. You're welcome, Betty. Your winter days will end soon and spring will come. As our warm season will finish soon especially here in Northern area.

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  4. And so do I! I love your Impatiens, Nadezda, especially the white ones. They look more elegant than the other colours. :) (We have this year only very ordinary fuchsia/pink colours.)
    How is the weather there? Do also you have warm weather now?
    Enjoy the summer!

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    1. Sara, finally summer recollected us and the weather is warm, +25..28 C. People begin to bath and swim in Golf of Finland- water is enough warm (but not for me :D)
      Enjoy summer you too!

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  5. Impossibly beautiful colored flowers. Good end of the week for you.

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  6. Hello Dear Nadezda!
    Thank you very much for remembering.

    Your flowers are very beautiful. They look great in the sun.

    Kisses and greetings.
    Lucja

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    1. I love reading your blog, Lucja, have a nice week!

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  7. Yes as I love most of the flowers I love Impatiens too. I have the white ones in my etagere in the shade and they are lightening the whole shady area. You have a nice collection of them.
    Regards, Janneke

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    1. You're right Janneke, white impatiens look very pretty in dark time in the garden, they seem to be lights in greenness.

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  8. Preciosas tus macetas me gustan mucho las blancas.
    Un beso.

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  9. I love them, Nadezda, and your photos are absolutely gorgeous!!! :)

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  10. As always, your plants are just beautiful! But I have to say that impatiens is not my favourite plant, except for the white ones. I don't know why I don't like the coloured ones, considering I like geraniums which are very similar sort of colours. One of the mysteries of life....!

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    1. Jenny, these impatiens grew at my home and I made some cuttings for my garden. I like them for they are easy to grow, make color in our short and cloudy summer. Yes, I agree white impatiens are more elegant than others.
      Happy weekend!

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  11. Like you, I love impatiens. They bloom profusely in beautiful colors. A friend of mine used to keep some as houseplants in the north so I'm going to try taking a few inside this winter. I was excited to see your comment on Tammy's blog saying that you hope to attend the fling next year as I also hope to attend.

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    1. Peter, I will move these impatiens to the city in September and hope to store them as houseplants till next spring :D.
      Yes, I'd like to attend this interesting fling as well and meet my blogger-friends.

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  12. Oh, I love them very much !! Thanks flor sharing your beautiful photos, Nadezda !!
    Happy weekend !

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  13. We have impatiens here too, even though it's late winter. They seem to survive and throw out splashes of colour right through the year.

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    1. Oh, it's pretty to grow impatiens in winter, Juliet. They really color the home.

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  14. Ho apprezzato molto anche i Phlox in sottofondo, sono tra le mie piante preferite e le tue sono perfettamente sane :)

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    1. I love phlox too, pontos pontos, gracie!

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  15. Yes, I love impatiens and love your red ones. And, I have the exact same colored phlox that you have :-). Very nice pictures.

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    1. I love this phlox color as well, KL. Happy week!

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  16. Well, we don't know each other, Impatiens and me... that shall be changed ;)

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    1. Impatiens should be familiar with you, ekolandia :D
      Have a nice day!

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  17. I do, too! I bought two flats of small impatiens at the beginning of the season to fill up two planters I have and had quite a few leftover, so I have them planted everywhere.

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    1. Rose, I do the same because impatiens is so bright and easy to grow.

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