One of the best ways to brighten up a shady corner is with a planting of colorful garden Impatiens, Impatiens Walleriana.

Late in the season last year, however, garden Impatiens everywhere were affected by a disease called Downy Mildew. Wind-blown spores infected plants in many parts of the country. While it is too early to tell whether Downy Mildew will be a problem again this year, we will play it safe by planting alternates such as Coleus, New Guinea Impatiens, Browalia, Torenia, and Begonia in your gardens and containers.

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