Impatiens disease could encourage diversity in landscape plantings

06/20/2013 | Wall Street Journal, The

Downy mildew, a blight that has infected impatiens, could encourage a more creative selection of plants for a landscape, according to some landscape professionals. Impatiens have been a popular choice because they produce vibrant flowers in the shade. But begonias and coleus provide additional options for those seeking shade-loving flowers, this article notes.

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