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Snapdragons

Snapdragons  get their name from the fact that you can gently squeeze the sides of the intricately shaped flower and see the jaws of a dragon head snap closed. The blooms come in gorgeous colors like Red, pink, yellow, orange, or white.

Snapdragons area cool-season annual, coming into their own in early spring when the warm-season annuals, such as marigolds and impatiens, are just being planted. They’re also great for fall color.

 

Lifecycle: Annual

Uses: Containers,Beds & Borders

Sun: Sun,Part Sun

Height: 1-4 feet tall

Spread: 6-12 inches wide

Bloom Duration: Blooms from spring to fall

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Liberty Classic Crimson

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Liberty Classic Mix

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Liberty Classic Rose

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Liberty Classic Yellow

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Liberty Classic White

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Montego Mix

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Montego Orange

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Montego White

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Montego Yellow

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Montego Red

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Montego Rose

Plant snapdragon in early spring, a few weeks before the last frost date. Deadhead regularly for best bloom and fertilize regularly.