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Jesse Bellemare Sep 27
Some slow-mo : or explosive dispersal in capensis. Force apparently comes from elastic energy in valves of fruit: inside shorter than outside, but forced to same length in development- dehiscence frees them to spring upward, ejecting seeds.
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Sara Johnson Aug 11
Saving seeds is a challenge when they are projectile dispersers! This cultivar of Impatiens balsamina is native to India and Myanmar but I saved a few seeds from a botanic garden many years ago. No wonder the are called “touch-me-nots!
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PlantHealthProgress Mar 21
This diagnostic guide fills a gap in documentation by providing an illustrated catalog of low substrate pH-induced Fe and/or Mn toxicity. Includes full-color photos of the tissue levels in the popular bedding plant New Guinea .
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Lena N. Vincent Aug 30
Check out this slow-motion video I took of an exploding jewelweed seed pod! You can hear one of the seeds smack my phone 😂
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Tim Fuller Oct 13
Impatiens omeiana red stem. Probably my favourite form... I think this clone is also distributed as Long Leaf form.
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Mason Heberling Aug 20
A day late, but thanks for your ! Two jewelweed species 75 years ago by Leroy Henry in Ben Avon Heights, Pennsylvania
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Holker Gardeners Oct 13
Various forms of Impatiens omeiana in flower at the moment. Great ground cover for a moist spot.
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KihakuGato 🇨🇦 Mar 13
Replying to @CozynsGG
Two very different . A modern hybrid and Impatiens niamniamensis(?) One of my favourite groups of shade annuals.
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Laary J. Cushman Oct 24
Slomo of jewelweed seed pod exploding ( capensis), as demonstrated to my field class today.
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Cassie J. Fox May 4
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Tim Fuller Oct 9
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Cynthia Greene Tobin Apr 6
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Douentza Garden Apr 30
Impatiens sodenii aka Oliver's touch-me-not, at
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Rachid H Aug 20
Balfour's touch-me-not ~ Impatiens balfourii ~ Kashmir Balsam ~ Poor man's Orchid ~ Jewelweed ~ Balsamine de Balfour ~ Dolores Park ~ San Francisco, California. 'stouch-me-not
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Sylvia Dahlby Jul 7
SunPatiens in a hanging basket, newest addition to my garden
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🌷James 🌹 Sep 1
The New Guinea impatiens done well this year can be a bit of pain some years but they liked this year's weather for sure
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FlowerTrials Jul 10
Schneider B.V. presenting 'Schneider Naturally' this year at .
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Wenbo Chen Mar 21
Four Impatiens species I don't know, all photos were taken in Yunnan and Guangxi of China.
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Wenbo Chen Mar 21
Another two Impatiens species, the first one is from Thailand, the other one is from Yunnan.
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Mark Grantham Sep 17
Here’s a brand new , just finished and delivered to a good home this morning!😊 “The Wonder Of It All” (Halifax Public Gardens) 30” x 40” acrylic on canvas
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