Snapdragon, Chantilly Mix, Antirrhinum - 25 or 100 seeds avg.
One of the most productive and long-lived spring flowers we grow, Snaps are also a favorite of bees and hummingbirds. Group 1-2.
Peach, pink, yellow, and white.
- A cool-season hardy annuals that prefers full sun.
- Transplanting is recommended.
- Start seeds 4-6 weeks before planting date.
- Do not cover seed; allow 3-7 days to germinate.
- Space transplants 9" apart in the garden.
- Grows 24"-36" tall.
- Winter hardy in zone 5 and south with added protection such as mulching and row covers.
KEEP THE BLOOMS COMING:
- Make the first cut of the central stem at almost ground level, just above the lowest two to three side shoots.
- Future cuts should be at the base the stem.
- Harvest when the first bottom flower opens.
Terra Widdifield (verified owner) –
Minnesota, United States
Julie (verified owner) –
North Carolina, United States
Sadly, these had a dismal germination rate- 1 out of 24 cells has a seedling.
Layne Angelo (store manager) –
So sorry to hear about the poor germination you experienced, Julie! We would love the opportunity to learn more about your seed starting setup and offer you some tips and tricks for starting snapdragons. You can reach us by emailing [email protected] or by calling our office Monday through Thursday (8am to 4pm) at 1-888-977-7159. Meanwhile, we will be sending you a replacement for these seeds. Thanks again for sharing your feedback, and happy growing!
Sara Bolen (verified owner) –
Virginia, United States
vickie hott (verified owner) –
West Virginia, United States