Named after their dragon-head flowers, Antirrhinums, have become a firm favourite in the garden, providing vibrant autumn and winter colour.
When many other plants have stopped flowering, Snapdragons light up the autumn garden between September and November, with their range of dazzling colours that includes yellows, pinks and reds.
The perfect, long-lasting garden plant, Snapdragons also make superb cut flowers and you can grow them in the border, or in pots - just keep picking the blooms and they keep flowering.
Easy to grow, kids love the flowers and growing them is a great way to introduce children to the world of gardening and all the benefits that it can provide.
Supplied as 3 x 2L plants, ready for planting out, Antirrhinums are biennial plants, and will tolerate frost. If you leave a few flower heads to seed, you'll get a reliable crop of new plants every year.
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