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Each year, I plant a bed of impatiens under the weeping cherry tree in the front yard. They seem to thrive in the moderate shade that the tree provides, and by fall have spread out as you see them -- and this is after one of the worst droughts we've seen in New Jersey in anyone's memory. In areas nearby, they've popped up from seeds shot out in years past. They provide a beautiful patch of color in an otherwise unremarkable corner of the garden
I once again planted impatiens in the shady area of the front yard, under the trees. They're doing quite well and spreading rapidly, as you can see in the following photo -- late June, 2000.
Fast forward to the middle of October -- the two beds of impatiens have been every bit as colorful all season long!
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