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Image of Antirrhinum majus (MONTEGO SERIES) photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Montego Snapdragon)

Well suited to bloom during short daylengths of early spring in a wide array of floral colors, the Montego Series of snapdragons are short-lived tender perennials (often used simply as annuals) that are quite short-growing. From southwestern Europe and the Mediterranean, they bear early-season flowerspikes of distinctly lipped flowers that snap open and shut when squeezed, hence the name “snapdragon". Regarded for their good branching and shorter mature height, Montego Series plants will flower from...

Image of Antirrhinum majus (PALETTE SERIES) photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Palette Snapdragon)

Husky and well-branching with dark green leaves and available in a nice array of floral colors, the Palette Series of snapdragons are short-lived tender perennials (often used simply as annuals) that are quite short-growing. From southwestern Europe and the Mediterranean, they bear early-season flowerspikes of distinctly lipped flowers that snap open and shut when squeezed, hence the name “snapdragon". Regarded for their good branching and shorter mature height, Palette Series plants will flower...

(Snapdragon)

Unique in that they are short and trailing, the Playful™ Series of snapdragons are short-lived tender perennials (often used simply as annuals) very effective in hanging baskets and smaller containers. Developed by BallFlora Plant, they are propagated via cuttings only. Native to southwestern Europe and the Mediterranean, they bear early-season flowerspikes of distinctly lipped flowers of that snap open and shut when squeezed, hence the name “snapdragon". Regarded for their trailing and dwarf size,...

Image of Antirrhinum majus (RIBBON SERIES) photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Ribbon Snapdragon)

Well-branching, available in a more brilliantly colored array of floral colors, and considered a replacement for the Liberty Series, the Ribbon Series of snapdragons are short-lived tender perennials (often used simply as annuals) that grow to about knee-high. From southwestern Europe and the Mediterranean, they bear early-season flowerspikes of distinctly lipped flowers that snap open and shut when squeezed, hence the name “snapdragon". Regarded for their good branching and intermediate size, Ribbon...

Image of Antirrhinum majus (ROCKET SERIES) photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Rocket Snapdragon, Tall Snapdragon)

Members of the Rocket Series are very tall, sturdy snapdragons that produce numerous, densely-flowered spikes. In fact, in 1960 several members of this series were chosen to be All-American Selections for their vigorous and floriferous nature.

Commonly grown as an annual, snapdragon is actually a short-lived perennial that originates from southwestern Europe and the Mediterranean.

This old-fashioned, clump-forming bedding plant has medium green, lance-shaped leaves. From summer to fall it...

Image of Antirrhinum majus (SNAPSHOT™ BURGUNDY, SNAPSHOT™ SERIES) photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Snapdragon, Snapshot™ Burgundy Snapdragon)

Snapshot™ Burgundy snapdragon is a short-lived, dwarf tender perennial that originates from southwestern Europe and the Mediterranean. This old-fashioned garden plant bears short upright spikes of distinctly lipped, flowers of burgundy that snap open and shut when squeezed, hence the name “snapdragon." These will continue blooming from summer to fall, if spent flowers are removed. When weather is very hot they may cease from blooming for a spell.

Grow snapdragons in sites with full sun and sharply-drained,...

(Snapdragon, SnapShot™ Mix Snapdragon)

Snapdragons in the Snapshot Series are short-lived, dwarf tender perennials that originate from southwestern Europe and the Mediterranean. These old-fashioned garden favorites bear upright spikes of distinctly lipped flowers that snap open and shut when squeezed, hence the name “snapdragon.” Vigorous and everblooming, plants will flower from summer to fall, if spent flower spikes are removed, and come in a broad array of colors. When weather is very hot they may cease from blooming for a spell.

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Image of Antirrhinum majus (SNAPSHOT™ PINK, SNAPSHOT™ SERIES) photo by: John Buettner

John Buettner

(Snapdragon, Snapshot™ Pink Snapdragon)

Snapshot™ Pink snapdragon is a short-lived, dwarf tender perennial that originates from southwestern Europe and the Mediterranean. This old-fashioned garden plant bears short upright spikes of distinctly lipped, flowers of pink that snap open and shut when squeezed, hence the name “snapdragon." These will continue blooming from summer to fall, if spent flowers are removed. When weather is very hot they may cease from blooming for a spell.

Grow snapdragons in sites with full sun and sharply-drained,...

Image of Antirrhinum majus (SNAPSHOT™ PLUMBLOSSOM, SNAPSHOT™ SERIES) photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Snapdragon, Snapshot™ Plumblossom Snapdragon)

Snapshot™ Plumblossom snapdragon is a short-lived, dwarf tender perennial that originates from southwestern Europe and the Mediterranean. This old-fashioned garden plant bears short upright spikes of distinctly lipped, bicolored flowers of pale plum and white that snap open and shut when squeezed, hence the name “snapdragon." These will continue blooming from summer to fall, if spent flowers are removed. When weather is very hot they may cease from blooming for a spell.

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Image of Antirrhinum majus (SNAPSHOT™ PURPLE, SNAPSHOT™ SERIES) photo by: Ball® Horticultural Company

Ball® Horticultural Company

(Snapdragon, Snapshot™ Purple Snapdragon)

Snapshot™ Purple snapdragon is a short-lived, dwarf tender perennial that originates from southwestern Europe and the Mediterranean. This old-fashioned garden plant bears short upright spikes of distinctly lipped, flowers of purple that snap open and shut when squeezed, hence the name “snapdragon." These will continue blooming from summer to fall, if spent flowers are removed. When weather is very hot they may cease from blooming for a spell.

Grow snapdragons in sites with full sun and sharply-drained,...