Snapdragon, Potomac Mix, Antirrhinum - 50 seeds avg.
A mix of bloom colors on tall, sturdy stems. Potomac is an excellent variety for warm temperatures, long days, and high light conditions. One of the most productive and long-lived spring flowers we grow. Snaps are a favorite of bees and hummingbirds! Group 3-4.
- A cool-season hardy annual that prefers full sun.
- Transplanting is recommended.
- Start seeds 4-6 weeks before planting date.
- Do not cover seed with soil; allow 3-7 days to germinate.
- Grows 40"-60" tall, space transplants 9" apart in the garden.
- 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 made at stem base.
- Harvest when the first bottom flower opens.
Sara S. (verified owner) –
Cynthia Aubermann (verified owner) –
Michigan, United States
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Virginia, United States
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Pennsylvania, United States