This good-looking breed sports oversized, showy flowers and variegated leaves.
It is able to thrive in many parts of the garden because it tolerates and even prefers partial sun.
It is also a vigorous grower that gains more size than the old-fashioned variety and is able to fill in more space with fewer plants.
The best watering schedule for New Guinea is an early morning drenching. Your soil should be friable and rich with organic matter so it can hold moisture properly without waterlogging.
In the flowerbed, you should water deeply at the soil level, as opposed to sprinkling. Water container and potted plants until the water runs out the drainage holes. Overall New Guinea impatiens like moist soil.