Annual. Camellia Flowered balsam has clusters of richly colored, double flowers that look like little roses peeking out among the leaves. It’s easy to grow in any rich, moist soil in a shady or sunny garden and blooms from summer into fall. Plant in groups to create an eye-catching swath of color that lures butterflies. Also called Touch-Me-Not because its seeds spring out of ripened pods with the slightest touch. Often reseeds to produce new plants the following year.