Impatiens downy mildew / Royal Horticultural Society
One day your impatiens are fine, blooming and lovely and the next, they are totally destroyed! It's not slugs, it's downy mildew and it strikes fast and hard! Frank Ferragine, aka Frankie Flowers, addressed this problem briefly on CityLine on the gardening special. Downy mildew can be spotted on the underside of the leaves of impatiens as a white coating, even before the damage is evident. If this is present, it is best to dig out and destroy your impatiens. Do not put them in your compost…
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