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Beacon Impatiens Lighthouse Mixes

Shine more light on color for the shade with new Lighthouse Mixes from the Beacon series of disease-resistant impatiens. These three-color mixes are named after well-known lighthouses in locations where impatiens downy mildew has been a significant problem: Lindau (Lake Constance, Germany), Portland (Dorset, England) and Sanibel (Sanibel Island, Florida). They’ve been trialed and approved to grow well together and look vibrant in the shade. All three mixes are suitable for packs, pots, hanging baskets and in-ground beds. Pictured: Beacon Portland Mixture Impatiens.

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