Q. Where can I buy SunPatiens?
A. Please check with your local Lowe’s, Walmart or Home Depot for SunPatiens plants. You may also check with your local independent garden center, as they may carry them, or can order them in for you.
Q. Winter is approaching… How can I save my SunPatiens?
A. SunPatiens are annuals. Typically, an annual is a plant that does not live from year to year; but, if you live in a mild climate, there are steps you can take that may help your SunPatiens survive until the next Spring:
Bring the plants inside, if possible. If you can uproot them carefully and place them in pots and containers, that would be best. Trim them back and place the pots next to windows that get a lot of sun. If you cannot remove them from the ground, trim them back and cover them with a tarp during the night until the sun is out and they can get some warmth.
Q. I am a professional grower. Where can I buy SunPatiens cuttings?
A. Sakata has seed and vegetative cutting distributors and brokers located throughout the United States and Canada. A list of Sakata distributors can be found on the Sakata Ornamentals website. Please contact the company of your choice for ordering information.
Q. I am a garden center retailer. Where can I get SunPatiens plants to sell to consumers?
A. Many growers offer SunPatiens. Please check with your preferred supplier. If you do not have a supplier, try Greenhouse Grower’s Top 100 Growers list.
Q. I am a professional landscaper. Where can I buy SunPatiens?
A. Many growers offer SunPatiens. Please check with your preferred supplier. If you do not have a supplier, try GreenHouse Grower’s Top 100 Growers List. Or, depending on the size of your project, please check with your local garden center, Home Depot, Lowe’s or Walmart.