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I have grown some great new guinea impatiens from cuttings, But I would like to keep them growing for next spring. Any ideas on how to do this?



I think they would need to be kept under cover through winter,as you probably know they aren't hardy..A heated Greenhouse perhaps,or in the house,to keep ticking over..I don't think they would survive anywhere cold,and susceptible to frost..just a thought,as I've never grown them from cuttings..someone else will know if this is correct,or give you the right answer on aftercare.

23 Aug, 2014

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