Spreading Corona in a basket

Spreading Corona in a basket

Spreading SunPatiens®

Impatiens x hybrida hort

Spreading SunPatiens® have a mounding habit versus the more upright V-shape of the Vigorous series. Ideally suited for basket and premium patio pots, these plants also perform exceptionally well in landscapes where a rounded, spreading form is preferred. They are available in four colors, including two with bold variegated foliage.

  • Landscape Size: Mounding habit grows 30-40" tall and up to 36" wide in the garden
  • Container Size: Will be smaller in containers and baskets

Grower Features & Benefits:

  • Excellent choice for quart, gallon and hanging baskets
  • Roots in 2 weeks
  • Optional direct stick up to a 5-inch containers
  • Reduced crop time uses less energy, yields more turns
  • Finish cool with petunias and geraniums, saving energy costs
  • Thrives in full sun
  • Very robust in the garden
  • Three season performance - spring through hard frost

The Spreading Series

Impatiens Spreading Scarlet Red 'Spreading Scarlet Red'

Spreading Scarlet Red

Impatiens x hybrida hort 'Spreading Carmine Red'

Spreading Carmine Red

Impatiens x hybrida hort 'Spreading Clear White'

Spreading Clear White

Impatiens x hybrida hort 'Spreading Corona'

Spreading Corona

US PP21,014
Impatiens x hybrida hort 'Spreading Pink Flash'

Spreading Pink Flash

Impatiens x hybrida hort 'Spreading Salmon'

Spreading Salmon

US PP19,500
Impatiens x hybrida hort 'Spreading Shell Pink'

Spreading Shell Pink

Impatiens x hybrida hort 'Spreading White'

Spreading White

US PP21,768

Proof Positive:

Garden performance of SunPatiens® has been tested in many sites around the world including UK, USA, France, Japan, Italy, Spain, Denmark and Guatemala. Trial results show great performance under cool or warm conditions, in rain or drought, in direct sun or shade. Trials show SunPatiens are far more vigorous, have much greater flower power and are considerably longer lived compared to standard New Guinea varieties. In addition, trials show SunPatiens outperform many other classes of annuals such as geranium, petunia and vinca when it comes to season long performance.


In Cannes, Southern France, SunPatiens® were planted throughout parks during the spring. Normally, due to extreme hot conditions, re-planting is necessary during the summer period. But not with SunPatiens®! Due to the extraordinary flower power, vigorous growth and strong roots of SunPatiens®, the parks looked beautiful all summer. Trials in Athens, Georgia, USA show similar results where April plantings look remarkable throughout the extreme heat and humidity of summer all the way until the first hard frost.