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Image of Antirrhinum majus (SNAPSHOT™ RED, SNAPSHOT™ SERIES) photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Snapdragon, Snapshot™ Red Snapdragon)

Snapshot Red 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 rich red that snap open and shut when squeezed, hence the name “snapdragon", and 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™ ROSE, SNAPSHOT™ SERIES) photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Snapdragon, Snapshot Rose Snapdragon)

Snapshot Rose snapdragon is a short-lived hybrid perennial to tender perennial. This old-fashioned garden favorite bears upright spikes of distinctly lipped rose-colored flowers that snap open and shut when squeezed, hence the name “snapdragon.”

Snapdragons will continue to bloom from summer to fall, if spent flower spikes are removed. When the weather is very hot they may temporarily stop blooming. Grow snapdragons in sites with full sun and sharply-drained, average soil. Enjoy these fine bedding...

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

James H. Schutte

(Snapdragon, Snapshot™ White Snapdragon)

Snapshot White 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 clear white that snap open and shut when squeezed, hence the name “snapdragon", and 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™ YELLOW, SNAPSHOT™ SERIES) photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Snapdragon, Snapshot™ Yellow Snapdragon)

Snapshot™ Yellow 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 yellow 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 (SOLSTICE SERIES) photo by: John Rickard

John Rickard

(Solstice Snapdragon)

Well-branching and fast growing and quick to flower in the earliest days of spring, the Solstice Series of snapdragons are short-lived tender perennials (often used simply as annuals) that reach knee-height. From southwestern Europe and the Mediterranean, they bear very early-season flowerspikes (perhaps even in late winter) distinctly lipped flowers that snap open and shut when squeezed, hence the name “snapdragon". Regarded for their good branching and mockery of frost, Solstice Series plants will...

(Sonnet Snapdragon)

Snapdragons in the Sonnet Series are short-lived tender perennials, often raised as annuals, that originate from southwestern Europe and the Mediterranean. These well-branched bedding plants bear one main upright spike of distinctly lipped flowers surrounded by many smaller flowerspikes. The individual flowerheads snap open and shut when squeezed, hence the name “snapdragon". Available in a large array of colors, Sonnet snapdragons are vigorous and will flower from summer to fall if spent flowerspikes...

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

James H. Schutte

(Tahiti Snapdragon)

Tahiti snapdragon is a short-lived perennial or tender perennial (often grown as an annual) that originates from southwestern Europe and the Mediterranean. This old-fashioned garden favorite bears upright spikes of distinctly lipped flowers that snap open and shut when squeezed, hence the name “snapdragon.” Snapdragon will continue blooming from summer to fall, if spent flower spikes are removed, and come in shade of white, red, pink, yellow, and orange. When weather is very hot they may cease from...

Image of Antirrhinum majus (TWINNY SERIES) photo by: All-America Selections

All-America Selections

(Snapdragon)

The heavy blooming, compact snapdragons in the Twinny Series are double and lipless, so technically they don't snap. The "butterfly" blooms come in lots of pretty colors including the 2010 All-American Selections winner, 'Twinny Peach.' They are noted for their heat tolerance and high-performance as well as beauty. Members of the Twinny Series were bred by HEM Genetics.

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

Image of Arctotis x hybrida photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Hybrid African Daisy)

Frost-tender, shrubby perennials often used as annuals, these showy hybrids result from crosses between several South African members of Arctotis. They bear large colorful daisies with contrasting dark halos on calf-high, leafless stems. The solitary blooms may be pink, red, orange, white, or yellow. They appear from summer into fall above densely massed, silvery green, slightly fuzzy leaves with deeply lobed margins. Blooms tend to stay open wider and longer in cloudy conditions than do...

Image of Argyranthemum photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Argyranthemum, Marguerite Daisy)

The tough shrubby Marguerite daisy is popular for both its beauty and resilience. The genus Argyranthemum is comprised of about 24 species of evergreen perennial subshrubs native to the Canary Islands, Madeira and other regions in Macaronesia. They are often grown as perennials in frost-free climates and bedding annuals in cooler zones.

The rounded bushy plants are spreading to erect and clump-forming. The leaves are generally deeply lobed or dissected, held alternately on the stem...