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Zone: 10 to 11Annual
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Cultivar Notes - 'Spreading Lavender'
Spreading Lavender thrives in sun or shade - it doesn't matter. They are ideal for large areas because they produce masses of color fast. It flourishes in extreme heat, yet tolearts light frost, so it still looks great into the fall.
Series Notes - SunPatiens® Spreading
Spreading SunPatiens® have a mounding habit and look fantastic in baskets, containers and landscapes where a rounded, spreading form is preferred. Under optimal conditions and a long growing season, they can grow 30” to 40" tall and up to 36" wide in the garden. Placed in containers or baskets, Spreading SunPatiens can reach 24” to 36” tall. They are available in four colors, including two with bold variegated foliage.
Genus Notes - Impatiens
Shade plants can be hard to find and New Guineas fill that niche with vibrant beauty. These plants have large flowers, dark green to purple foliage, and a variety of color choices. Perfect in shade combination planters, pots, baskets and the landscape.