Snapdragons are a fun plant that is true to its name—just give the flower a gentle squeeze on its side and it'll open up its mouth.
While Snapdragons don't breathe fire, they certainly breathe colour into the garden. Water the Snapdragons when first planting them, but throughout the season, water only when the top few centimetres of the soil feel dry to the touch. You do not want to overwater these plants as it may stunt their growth or kill them.
Deadhead the plant to encourage new growth.
This plant will yield endless blooms perfect for cutting and filling vases.
This plant is beloved by bees.
The colours and frangrance of this plant will play a role in attracting butterflies and hummingbirds to your garden.
Add colour to food and drinks with this edible flower.
This drought-tolerant plant will survive with little to no watering.
Deer will avoid eating this plant.
This plant is seeded, propagated and grown at The Greenery Garden Centre.