Slide 6: Impatiens

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Although many impatiens are falling prey to downy mildew, by putting them in a hanging basket, you can get them out of the ground and out of soil that could harbor the aggressive mold. If you plant them in containers, you can still enjoy the beautiful shades of one of America’s favorite annuals. Try ‘Busy Lizzies’ for their abundant flowers.


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