Tuesday, February 19, 2013

New website offers alternatives to impatiens

If you are concerned with impatiens downy mildew infecting your garden impatiens (Impatiens walleriana) this year, there are numerous plants that can be substituted. Michigan State University Extension has developed a consumer-friendly website (Alternatives to Impatiens) that briefly explains the potential problems with impatiens downy mildew and provides numerous alternatives to Impatiens walleriana varieties, which are susceptible to the disease.
Looking for plants that can be used in
 place of garden impatiens? Check out
 the "Alternatives to Impatiens" website.

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