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Rose-form impatiens. Experts are predicting a shortage of impatience this year because of downy mildew disease. (MCT file photo)
These Fusion Glow impatiens, at right, work well with Aztec Violet verbena and Galleria. The Fusion Glow impatiens have blossoms that are yellow with an orange and yellow bi-colored center. (Norm Winter/KRT)
Home-grown tomatoes are a summer jewel, vine-ripened and eaten fresh. (MCT File photo)