A full-sized, old-fashioned snapdragon with large blooms in apple-blossom pink and pale gold. Stunning in borders or as an accent plant. A great cut-flower too. Snapdragon is a self-seeding hardy annual in the North, perennial in the South, 30-36″ tall.
Sow in place in spring or start plants indoors and grow for several weeks, setting out after last frost. Plants require full sun, rich soil and moderate soil moisture. Space plants about one foot apart. Picking spent blooms prolongs flowering.