Impatiens glandulifera Royle

Species in the Global Pollen Project's Master Reference Collection.

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Impatiens glandulifera (rights holder: John Barkla) © John Barkla

Himalayan Balsam

This annual plant germinates in February and March and grows rapidly. It flowers from June to October and produces a relatively high quantity of nectar (6). The flowers are mainly pollinated by bumblebees and wasps, and it has been shown that this introduced species competes with native plants for pollinators. As a result, native species set lower amounts of seed when growing in the vicinity of Hi... Text © Wildscreen

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