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Snapdragon Flowers and Plants

General Information on Snapdragon Flowers and Plants

Antirrhinum majus is their Latin name. It comes from the Greek anti, which means "like" and rhin, which means nose, obviously referring to the snout-like flowers.

Snapdragons are one of the most popular bedding plants for sale at garden centers in spring. Plant your own, or purchased transplants, outdoors in late spring, around the time of your last frost. Space the plants about eight inches apart. Pinch them back to encourage them to branch out, and they will produce more flowers.

Snapdragons come in numerous types of bright colors and a range of levels, from small to medium and tall. They last a long time as a cut flower and have a sweet, subtle scent that is never overpowering. And they look good in mixed bouquets.

They are usually found in British hedgerow boundaries, with a single plant generating seven or eight rises of flower in a year. Frequent deadheading helps them blossom again and again throughout summer season time.

Care and Handlingfor Snapdragon Flowers and Plants

Watering:In the growing phase try and water on a daily basis, but be sure of proper adequate water drainage so pest and disease to not hit the snapdragons.

When watering snapdragon flowers, endeavor to water near the top of the snapdragon plant. Do not water aloft as that might damage your plant. Water again only after the ground has dried up to about an inch deep.

Protection against diseases and pests:To save snapdragons from undesirable and unwanted pests and diseases, the soil must be well drained. Bugs, caterpillars, mealy insects, slugs, snails and aphids are undesirable and unwanted pests that you may find on snapdragons. The issue is wetness, try and give your snapdragons enough air and water flow and drainage to blossom effectively.

Soil, fertilizers and temperature:Snapdragons need fairly neutral ground. A PH value of 6.2-7 is preferred. They do not nourish that much as they are temporary. They will however obtain wellness by including natural plant foods. They are best grown in cool heat range and as the temperature range increases their development may stop.

In summer months, it is recommended to give them a lot of shade and water for them to have a chance of growing. Due to the fact that they set up themselves quickly some people develop snapdragons anew in the following winter. 

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