Antirrhinum majus, mixed
Snapdragon, mixed
Type/Hardiness Annual, Biennial, Perennial, Hardy
Flowering period From June onwards
Height 6-12in/15-30cm
Light preference Sun/part shade
Soil preference Any, free-draining
Sowing time/depth Autumn, Spring, 0.1in/3mm
Although usually perennial, antirrhinums are generally treated as annuals. This is a mixture in many colours and heights, from medium-sized to dwarf (usually distinguishable early in their lives by small leaves, and tending to a trailing habit, making them a useful in hanging baskets). A children's favourite! NOTE: Separate colours are sometimes also listed here, but although collected from the named colour, they cannot be guaranteed to come true.
Sowing and/or growing instructions
Antirrhinums need light to germinate. Sow in Spring, covering with a very thin layer of soil or compost. Transfer seedlings to pots or modules and grow on until large enough to plant out, 6-10in/15-25-mm apart. Germination time 7-14 days.
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