Impatiens Talk @ Menlo Park

Sat Sep 14, 11:00 - Sat Sep 14, 12:00
GardenShop Menlo Park, Greenlyn Village Centre, Cnr Mackenzie & 13th Streets, Menlo Park


Impatiens Talk @ Menlo Park

Impatiens are among the most popular annuals because they are very colourful and dependable plants blooming steadily all summer. Their biggest advantage is that they absolutely flourish in light shade. So if you have a shady area in your garden which you would like to fill with an easy to grow, colourful annual, give impatiens a try. They will transform dark spaces with a profusion of lush growth and pretty colours.

Join Shane Beckwith from Andy Titterton at GardenShop Menlo Park on 14th September at 11am and learn more about these magnificent beauties.

The talk will consist of an introduction to the new Beacon Impatiens and what makes it so special, including the meaning of "highly resistant". It will also cover what downy mildew is and why it was so prolific in destroying impatiens in the past, as well as the trials that were conducted and their results. This informative morning will also cover where to utilise Beacon Impatiens in the garden and the colours that are available for sale.

Talks taking place at all four GardenShop stores. 

Broadacres - 7th September @ 10am

Bryanston - 14th September @ 9am

Parktown North - 21st September @ 10am

Menlo Park - 14th September @ 11am

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