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Impatiens balsamina
Flowers | Magnoliopsida

Scientific Name - Impatiens balsamina

Synonyms - Balsamina hortensis damages.

Popular names - Kisasszonypapucs, Balsamine Garten,

Distribution and Habitat - a native of China and India.

Description - herbaceous species, annual. Fleshy stems, 25-60 cm tall, erect, simple, rarely branched glabrata or finely pubescent, the nodes thickened. Leaves alternate, lower ones opposite, lanceolate, 8-15 x 1.5-2 cm, acuminata, base cunea and decurenta narrow along the stem, margins evenings. Flowers by one or more leaves the armpit, 2.5-3.5 cm long, white, pink, purple or violet, or spotted concolore. Petaloide sepal spur 1-1.5 cm long, curved. Blooms in June and September. Fruit capsule oval, fleshy, hairy.

Requirements - prefers sunny exhibitions, but also supports a partial shade, moist soil.

Propagation & ndash; By seeds

Properties and Uses - cultivated as ornamental plants in parks and gardens. It can be grown as potted plants, but watered regularly.

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