seeds of the rare wildflower Impatiens pallida or Yellow Jewel weed touch-me-nots. This relative of the common impatiens also forms small seed pods that burst and send seeds quite a distance. Growing 2-5 feet tall and liking moist soil, this plant will produce these beautiful yellow blossoms. This plant is native to the United States. It grows, generally alongside the closely related to Impatiens capensis producing flowers from midsummer through fall. Along with other species of jewelweed or touch-me-not it is a traditional remedy for skin rashes, although not proven. These seeds improve the germination with stratification.