Antirrinum majus.

Antirrhinum majus, commonly known as Snapdragon, is a genus of plants characterized by personate flowers with an inferior gibbous corolla. They are popular garden plants known for their vibrant, colorful flowers and distinctive 'snapping' blooms that resemble a dragon's mouth. The name "Antirrhinum" comes from the Greek words 'anti' (like) and 'rhin' (nose), referring to the nose-like shape of the flower. They are widely used as ornamental plants in borders, as cut flowers, and in hanging baskets. Snapdragons are perennials but are generally grown as winter- and spring-flowering annuals. They are easy to grow, preferring full sun and well-drained soil, and are attractive to bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds. The plant is native to the Mediterranean region, Canada, and North Africa.

Treat as annual, Height 35cm .

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Antirrhinum, Snapdragon Mixed

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