Impatiens – Sunpatiens: These will probably replace New Guinea Impatiens eventually because they will even thrive in Texas heat according to my friend Jimmy Turner who was Director of Horticulture at the Dallas Arboretum; hybrid of shade Impatiens and New Guinea; quoting Jimmy:”Just like other impatiens, they do require quite a bit of watering, but I’ll share a secret with you to make any impatiens flower more and stay shorter: Let them wilt between watering, and I mean let the tips hang down before you water. Since all impatiens are native to the equator they are used to only two seasons, hot/wet and hot/dry. If they start to dry out a little bit they kick into reproductive mode and will flower much heavier for you”; prune back if too big or tall for you; 2’; available in 4.5” pot or hanging basket.