Regular Random: an impatiens five minutes

Close up shot of pink impatiens flower on stem, with bokeh effect of water on leaves. Image: Su Leslie, 2017

Straight from the garden; stem of impatiens. Image: Su Leslie, 2017

Impatiens grow wild on the boundary of our property; strong, hardy bushes that reach upwards of a metre and would take over the garden if we let them.

Still, they do provide a welcome burst of winter colour.

Five Minutes of Random (the RegularRandom challenge), is hosted by Desley Jane at Musings of a Frequently Flying Scientist. 

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14 thoughts on “Regular Random: an impatiens five minutes

  1. Lovely photos, I am so fascinated by the difference between impatiens in New Zealand and here on my porch. I can get them to be quite large by the end of summer, but it’s lots of work and they could never take over anything. Of course, I am in the desert here. 😉

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