These impatiens are coming up next to the front of the house. I'm moving them to pots and other places in the yard.
I was given a start with these impatiens years ago by a neighbor of my mama. Tom Norris said he had lots and wondered if anyone wanted some. I went to get some and as I pulled them from underneath his trees from the back of his lot, he sat out there and talked with me. He told me they would not need any fertilizer. I've had some come back year after year for many years now.
Last fall I saw his wife in the doctor's office and she asked me if I still had some of those impatiens. I told her yes, and she asked me to bring her one. I need to remember to do that very soon. She no longer can do her own gardening, so I'll move some to a pot and take them to her. Lots of the flowers I have in my yard come back each year and most of them were given to me by other people.