Jewelweed Spotted Touch-me-not Seeds and Plants for Poison Ivy Treatment
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|Habitat||Bloom Period||Color||Height Inches||Moisture||Plant Spacing||Life Span|
|Orange||24 to 60 inches||average to moist||6 to 18 inches||
Impatiens capensis Jewelweed Spotted Touch-me-not seed pod & flower photo by cj
Plants are available NOW, 6 plants in a six-pack for $15.00 plus boxing/shipping
Jewelweed plants will be available in Spring 2015
Used as treatment/cure for Poison Ivy and as ingredient in Soap for Poison Ivy
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Impatiens capensis Touch-Me-Nots or Jewelweed plants in 6 packs (6 plants)
$15.00 per 6-pack plus boxing and UPS shipping. These plants will mature and bloom
this summer/fall producing a large number of seeds that will grow many new plants for
Please contact us by email with your address/zip code for the shipping cost on potted plants.
Jewelweed plants in 6-packs are only available for a short time during April, May and early June. They grow quickly and soon become too tall to ship.
Jewelweed plants available in 6-packs for $15.00 (6 plants for $15.00) plus Boxing/Shipping
Seeds are NOT available.
1 packet seeds- not available
1 ounce - ---------
We accept payment by check or money order & through the PayPal website, please email for UPS shipping cost on potted plants
Impatiens capensis, common name Jewelweed or Spotted Touch-me-not, flowers are about 1 & 1/4 inch long, fruits are 1 inch long slender capsules that split and propel the seeds when touched giving it the name touch-me-not. Dew often gathers in glistening drops on spotted Touch-me-not flowers giving rise to it's other common name Jewelweed. Liquid squeezed from the stems of Impatiens capensis is used to relieve the burning sensation of stinging nettle and for treatment of poison ivy.
Plant Impatiens capensis Jewelweed Spotted Touch-me-not potted plants in the spring in rich moist soil in shade. One plant blooming this year will usually reseed a small bed producing a large number of plants next year. The delightful flowers of Jewelweed are natural feeders for visiting hummingbirds.
Native Impatiens capensis Jewelweed Spotted Touch-me-not plan grows in moist low woods, bases of bluffs, and stream banks over the Midwest and eastern US. Impatiens capensis seeds need light to germinate, plant seeds on or near the soil surface and keep moist. Four weeks cool stratification may improve germination. Fresh seeds dropped on a moist flowerbed in late fall will need little care germinating in early spring and blooming in late summer/fall.Impatiens capensis plant Synonyms:
The map below shows areas where native Impatiens capensis Jewelweed Spotted Touch-me-not plants grow wild, it can be planted and will grow over a much larger area. Touch-me-not family (Balsiminaceae)
Use the chart below for shipping charges on Impatiens capensis Jewelweed Spotted Touch-me-not plan flower seeds, to order copy the order form or email questions, comments & orders to email@example.com
Please contact us by email with your address/zip code for shipping charges & availability on Jewelweed Touch-me-not potted plants
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The minimum seed order amount is $10, this can be a combination of different seeds.
Sold out of jewelweed seeds, jewelweed plants are available only during spring
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|$20.01 - $50.00 =||$4.00 shipping|
|$50.01-$100.00 =||$5.00 shipping|
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Orange Jewelweed Spotted Touch-me-not plan Plant distribution map
complements of USDA, NRCS. 2001. The PLANTS Database, Version 3.1
(http://plants.usda.gov). National Plant Data Center, Baton Rouge, LA 70874-4490 USA.