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Antirrhinum is a diverse genus of annual species commonly referred to as snapdragons for their flower appearance. They come from rocky habitats in Europe, the USA and North Africa and have been widely cultivated to form showy, colourful 2-lipped flowers. The classification of this genus is still under contention and different sources report differing numbers of species (2 vs. 21). Many cultivars and hybrids exist and are commonly grown.
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How to propagate Snapdragons
Propagate by seed sown outdoors in late spring.
Stem cuttings in early autumn or spring.
Other uses of Snapdragons
Grown for the flowers. Can be used for cut flowers. Suitable for coastal conditions.
Flowers to Sow or Plant Under Cover in March
Sow these seeds and pot up these tubers to get an early start on the year.Explore all