Monsoon showers left colorful imprints in the garden.
Balsam plant, a species of Impatiens is widespread with lush greens and colorful flowers in the garden. Purple, pink, crimson and white… mesmerizing hues decks the borders artistically.
The balsam flower seems like clusters of little roses. And those tiny clusters remind me of foxgloves plant. Moistened soil and regular watering is required to prevent the plant from drying.
The balsam flowers dries out and forms a pod. And the seed pods burst and scatters. Thus, the plant continue to bloom annually. They multiply rapidly through the scattered seed from the pods. Furthermore, you can collect the balsam flower seeds and store in a container.
They are easy to grow and thrive well in all seasons. They are pest-free! Consequently, the burst of colors greets every pollinator.