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Pink SunPatiens Plants for Sale Online
Pink Sunpatiens are popular flowering annuals that are true annual plants. Meaning no matter what growing zone you live in, they will always need to be replanted the following year and do not last throughout the winter months. Sunpatients can grow in part shade or sun and do not have a problem with specific sunlight requirements. However, they must be planted in well-draining, moist soil conditions to thrive and bloom all season long. You will watch your Pink Sunpatiens bloom from spring to autumn with repeat blossoms throughout the whole season. These plants look beautiful when they are planted as bedding flowers or hanging baskets, depending on your garden!
|Mature Height:||24 to 36 Inches|
|Mature Width:||24 to 36 Inches|
|Sunlight:||Full sun to part shade|
|Water Requirements:||Water well until established|
|Details:||A compact and spreading plant perfect for planting or hanging baskets|
How to Care for Pink Sunpatiens Plants
Before you buy a Pink Sunpatiens plant, be sure to read about the recommended care instructions to keep this plant healthy and thriving!
What Kind of Soil do My Sunpatiens Require?
Sunpatiens annuals require well-draining, moist soil conditions to thrive and grow beautifully. When they are first planted either in the ground or a container, water their soil well and make sure it remains moist for the first 7 to 10 days, or until they are well established. Once your flowers are well established, you can water them moderately but not sparingly. If their soil dries out, they will wilt and become leggy. If you notice your plants are wilting, give their soil a deep watering, and they should perk back up quickly. However, do not let your plant's soil be too moist and have your plant's roots sitting in standing water. If they are sitting in too much water, their roots will rot and cause permanent damage to your annuals.
How Often Should I Fertilize My Pink Sunpatiens Plant?
When your Sunpatiens plant is in the ground, incorporate a slow-release fertilizer at half the recommended label rate into the soil at the time of planting. Doing so will allow you to not have to fertilize your plant throughout the growing season. Instead, it will be a one-and-done process. If your Sunpatiens is in a container, you can add a slow-release fertilizer option at half the recommended label rate into the potting soil as long as it does not already contain fertilizer. If the potting soil has fertilizer in it, do not add more because this could overfertilize your flowers and cause their roots to burn.
What Type of Light is Best for Pink Sunpatiens Annuals?
Sunpatiens grow well in sunny or partially shaded areas. This makes them a very versatile plant because they can be in many areas of your garden without any trouble. If your plant is in the ground, you can plant them anywhere that would give your garden a nice pop of pink flowers. If they are in a container, you can place them on your porch, back deck, poolside, etc., to add some dimension to your container plantings. If your plant is in bright sunlight for the majority of the day, be sure to check on their soil's moisture levels more frequently; so they do not dry out and become wilted.
When Should I Water Pink Sunpatiens Plant?
Sunpatiens love to be in well-draining, moist soil conditions. If their soil dries out, they will wilt and become leggy, but a good watering will perk them right back up. If you are planting them in a pot, water them well for the next 7 to 10 days until they are well established in their container. If you are planting them in the ground, water well, and you can also add a layer of mulch around them to help keep their soil moist. It is crucial to be sure not to overwater your plants too. If your Sunpatiens are overwatered, you could risk root rot disease, and that could kill off your annuals before their growing season finishes.