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Parrot Flower History
“A balsam, Impatiens psittacina, or parrot flower, is a very rare impatiens species discovered in the Shan States of Upper Burma by A.H. Hildebrand, a British official. Seeds of it were presented to the Royal Gardens (Kew) in 1899 and it flowered in 1900 and a description was published in 1901 by Joseph Dalton Hooker.
The specimen in Kew did not set seed but the capsules are said not to explode and disperse seeds as in many Impatiens.
The species grows in the wild in a small region of north Thailand (near Chiang Mai), Burma, and in the north-east Indian state of Manipur. It is called the parrot flower because its flower bears a resemblance to a parrot in flight when viewed from the side.”
Excerpt Source: Wikipedia – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Impatiens_psittacina