A field of impatiens.
impatiens definition by Webster's New World
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any of a genus (Impatiens) of plants of the balsam family, with spurred flowers and pods that burst and scatter their seeds when ripe
Origin: Modern Latin ; from L: see impatient
impatiens definition by American Heritage Dictionary
Any of various plants of the genus Impatiens, which includes the jewelweed.
Origin: Latin impatiēns, impatient (so called because the ripe pods burst open when touched); see impatient.