Cold winds blow through the streets, and the evenings are getting darker and darker. I remember warm, even hot days and I want to tell and show you my bright plant. This is the New Guinean impatiens.
During summer months in a sunny spot in my garden, New Guinea Impatiens (Impatiens hawkeri) bloomed. Like its shade-loving common impatiens, the New Guinea impatiens forms small clusters of foliage with colorful blooming flowers.
I like that the New Guinea impatiens don't require much maintenance. These flowers will continue to show their colors with enough sun and water and minimal care.
Unfortunately, Impatiens do not tolerate dry air in the house in winter and often die. Therefore, in the spring I sow their seeds to grow in the garden.
Here is my video about Stockholm gardens:
Stay well, all the best.