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(Baby Snapdragon, Morocco Toadflax, Toadflax)

Finely textured, fuzzy green elaves on tall stems are delightfully pretty in summer when toadflax bursts with bicolored flowers of violet-purple and yellow flowers. This cousin of the snapdragon is an annual native to Morocco in northwestern Africa where it pops up in light rocky soils and screes.

The light green leaves are sticky and needle-like. In summer the tips of the slender, erect stems bear loose clusters of two-lipped flowers that are usually blue-violet (sometimes pinkish or white)...

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(Fairy Bouquet Toadflax, Morocco Toadflax)

Finely textured, fuzzy green elaves on tall stems are delightfully pretty in summer when toadflax bursts with bicolored flowers of violet-purple and yellow flowers. This cousin of the snapdragon is an annual native to Morocco in northwestern Africa where it pops up in light rocky soils and screes.

The light green leaves are sticky and needle-like. In summer the tips of the slender, erect stems bear loose clusters of two-lipped flowers that are usually blue-violet (sometimes pinkish or white)...

Image of Linaria maroccana

James H. Schutte

(Morocco Toadflax)

Finely textured, fuzzy green elaves on tall stems are delightfully pretty in summer when toadflax bursts with bicolored flowers of violet-purple and yellow flowers. This cousin of the snapdragon is an annual native to Morocco in northwestern Africa where it pops up in light rocky soils and screes.

The light green leaves are sticky and needle-like. In summer the tips of the slender, erect stems bear loose clusters of two-lipped flowers that are usually blue-violet (sometimes pinkish or white)...

Image of Linaria maroccana

James H. Schutte

(Morocco Toadflax)

Finely textured, fuzzy green elaves on tall stems are delightfully pretty in summer when toadflax bursts with bicolored flowers of violet-purple and yellow flowers. This cousin of the snapdragon is an annual native to Morocco in northwestern Africa where it pops up in light rocky soils and screes.

The light green leaves are sticky and needle-like. In summer the tips of the slender, erect stems bear loose clusters of two-lipped flowers that are usually blue-violet (sometimes pinkish or white)...

Image of Linaria maroccana

Mark A. Miller

(Morocco Toadflax)

Finely textured, fuzzy green elaves on tall stems are delightfully pretty in summer when toadflax bursts with bicolored flowers of violet-purple and yellow flowers. This cousin of the snapdragon is an annual native to Morocco in northwestern Africa where it pops up in light rocky soils and screes.

The light green leaves are sticky and needle-like. In summer the tips of the slender, erect stems bear loose clusters of two-lipped flowers that are usually blue-violet (sometimes pinkish or white)...

Image of Linaria maroccana (FANTASY SERIES) photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Fantasy Series Toadflax, Morocco Toadflax)

Finely textured, fuzzy green elaves on tall stems are delightfully pretty in summer when toadflax bursts with bicolored flowers of violet-purple and yellow flowers. This cousin of the snapdragon is an annual native to Morocco in northwestern Africa where it pops up in light rocky soils and screes.

The light green leaves are sticky and needle-like. In summer the tips of the slender, erect stems bear loose clusters of two-lipped flowers that are usually blue-violet (sometimes pinkish or white)...

(Flowering Flax)

Scarlet flax is a prolific, ruby red flowered annual wildflower that's commonly included in wildflower seed mixes. Native to southern Europe and North Africa, it has become naturalized across temperate regions worldwide, including much of the United States and Canada. Despite its widespread naturalization, it is not considered ecologically damaging or problematic. In the wild, it is most commonly found growing in arid grasslands and along roadsides with sandier soils.

This is a true annual...

Image of Lobularia maritima (Pastel Carpet Mix) photo by: Maureen Gilmer

Maureen Gilmer

(Pastel Carpet Sweet Alyssum, Sweet Alyssum)

Some old-fashioned bedding annuals never fall out of fashion because they are reliably beautiful and well-suited to lots of garden situations. Sweet alyssum is one of these long-loved gems, and those in Pastel Carpet Mix come in a pleasing mix of pink, peach, rose, pale yellow and lavender shades. They are compact, spreading and sweetly scented.

Lobularia maritima is native to the Canary Islands and regions along the Mediterranean. In the wild, it behaves as both an annual or short-lived...

(Havard's Lupine)

This is the most majestic of the Texas bluebonnets, wildflowers which have become the signature flower of that huge state. This species is found in a relatively small range along the Rio Grande and into Mexico. In the wild they are quite variable, with populations that explode in wet years and ebb in the dry. They tend to inhabit flat but well drained soils of dry desert regions and along roadsides where moisture seeps from under paving. As nitrogen fixers, these plants don’t need fertile soils and...

Image of Lupinus subcarnosus photo by: Mark A. Miller

Mark A. Miller

(Bluebonnet, Texas Bluebonnet)

This beautiful annual wildflower bears upright candles of delightful blossoms, which are called “bluebonnets.” It is the hallmark of its homeland, the state of Texas, where it is the official state flower. The plants are also naturally distributed in regions of Louisiana and Florida.

Bluebonnets germinate in fall, when temperatures are cooler and there’s more rain, then they overwinter as a clump of foliage. In the spring they bolt with indigo blue spikes of flowers. When they first open,...