The Balsam flower is a subspecies of impatiens with small beautiful flowers. The Bush Flowering Mixture grows to 14″ tall with double flowers at the top of the plant. The flowers come in pink, rose, and white and thrive in humid weather. Originally from southern Asia, it is a great choice for extra humid climates or warm areas.
Balsam Bush Flowered Annual
A Victorian favorite, Balsam is a colorful, carefree annual with semi-double or fully double frilly flowers. These plants have thick, juicy stems and medium, spiky-edged light green leaves. Blooms 2″ in diameter, sincle or in small clusters. Colors include white, pink, rose, red, or violet. Long flowering.
Balsam Camilia Flowered Mix Bulk Wildflower Seeds
This beautiful heirloom annual was a favorite with the Victorians. The colorful, exotic looking flowers bloom in a mix of rose, white, scarlet and violet. The lovely, large double blossoms re-seed freely. The mature seed pods are this plant’s amazing feature, exploding when touched. An excellent choice for bedding plants, or containers.
Balsam Impatiens Balsamina Mixed Colors Seeds
This delightful old garden favorite bears a large number of Camellia-like blossoms nestling close to the central spike, which measures over 2 inches across. Colors range from deepest tones to light pastel shades.