7 thoughts on “FOTD 7th April 2019: Impatience

  1. ‘Impatiens’ It ends in an ‘s’ rather than a ‘ce’. ‘Impatience’ means that it in a rush to do something. Is that how it is known in Switzerland?
    They used to be overly popular here, and could survive through winter as perennials. A voracious mildew moved in and prevented the growers from growing them. Only the New Guinea impatiens are available now. I do not know when the more common sort will make a comeback.

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