he new ‘Roller Coaster Hot Pink’ features beautiful double flowers atop dark green foliage. It’s a vigorous plant with outstanding garden performance. This flower is an excellent choice for late spring and early summer for larger container
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New Guinea impatiens prefer an east location with morning sun and afternoon shade. Plant in a rich soil mix. Keep moist; they do not tolerated drought. Feed with an all purpose flowering plant fertilizer every two weeks.