Brazil, Impatiens, Color Image, Flower, Flower Pot,
Beauty, Brown, Bush, Day
Annual plant. Stem densely oblique with reddish patina, a height of up to 60cm. Leaves are elongated, flowers up to 4-5cm in diameter, located on 1-2 in axillary leaves. The coloring is diverse. Blossoms from June to September, very abundant. Grows by sprouts or sowing in the ground in April. The distance between plants is 20-30 cm. The plant is light-loving, but grows also in the shade. It is afraid of frosts. Can be used as a indoor plant.
For seedlings, seeds are sown in late February. The container should be shallow. The seeds are very small, so there is no need to deepen them into the ground. They are leisurely, evenly distributed on the surface of the earth and sprayed with a spray gun. Water allows them to penetrate the substrate to the required depth. The containers are covered with glass or a transparent film. They are stored in a greenhouse or in a room where the temperature does not exceed 15 degrees. Frequent spraying is carried out.
Shoots appear after 4 weeks. From this day, hydration is constantly reduced. Young plants need to be thinned out. As soon as one leaf has appeared on a seedling, each garden planting can be dived into a separate pot. For active growth, seedlings must be provided with regular moistening (spraying), sunlight and an optimal temperature (13-15 degrees).