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Snapdragon Mix

Antirrhinum majus
HOW TO GROW SNAPDRAGONS

Sow seeds in spring for fall blossoms. In Zones 7-10, snapdragons are tender perennials that can be seeded in the fall outdoors for spring blooms. To improve germination rate, chill seeds for 3-5 days in the refrigerator prior to planting.Sprinkle seeds on soil surface. Do not cover to allow exposure to sunlight for germination. Keep seeds moist, but do not over water. Thin seedlings 6-12” apart. For colder climates, start seeds indoors 8-10 weeks before last frost. Plant outdoors when plants are 3-4” tall. Pinch the growing tips to promote bush growth, and deadhead older blooms to promote further blooming. Prune plants 6” tall mid-season after a big bloom, and they will bloom again late season. Soil pH 6.2-7.

Planting Depth surface requires light
Soil Temp. Germ. 60-75
Days to Germ. 14-21
Plant Spacing 6-12”
Row Spacing 12-18”
Days To Maturity 80-100
Full Sun, Moist Well Drained Soil

 

  • Snapdragon Mix
  • Snapdragon Mix
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This beautiful snapdragon seed mix originally came from Camp Joy Gardens in Boulder Creek, California. Its gorgeous bi-color jewel tones include yellow-oranges, pink-yellows, and pink-oranges. Plants can grow upwards of 4’ tall! Adds joy and cheer to spring bouquets, and brightness to fall bouquets. Can tolerate som...
This beautiful snapdragon seed mix originally came from Camp Joy Gardens in Boulder Creek, California. Its gorgeous bi-color jewel tones include yellow-oranges, pink-yellows, and pink-oranges. Plants can grow upwards of 4’ tall! Adds joy and cheer to spring bouquets, and brightness to fall bouquets. Can tolerate some frost. Self-seeds easily. Tags: Color: Bi-color, orange-yellow, pink-yellow, jewel tones, Size: Large, Specialty: Cut flower, Season: Spring Summer Fall.

Snapdragons are native to the Mediterranean. Broken down, its genus “Antirrhinum”, has the Greek word “rhis” which means snout. The two-lipped flower certainly resembles a dragon’s snout or mouth. Ancient Greeks and Romans believed the flowers held powers of protection and beauty.
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  • Snapdragon Mix
  • Snapdragon Mix

Snapdragon Mix

Antirrhinum majus
This beautiful snapdragon seed mix originally came from Camp Joy Gardens in Boulder Creek, California. Its gorgeous bi-color jewel tones include yellow-oranges, pink-yellows, and pink-oranges. Plants can grow upwards of 4’ tall! Adds joy and cheer to spring bou...
This beautiful snapdragon seed mix originally came from Camp Joy Gardens in Boulder Creek, California. Its gorgeous bi-color jewel tones include yellow-oranges, pink-yellows, and pink-oranges. Plants can grow upwards of 4’ tall! Adds joy and cheer to spring bouquets, and brightness to fall bouquets. Can tolerate some frost. Self-seeds easily. Tags: Color: Bi-color, orange-yellow, pink-yellow, jewel tones, Size: Large, Specialty: Cut flower, Season: Spring Summer Fall.

Snapdragons are native to the Mediterranean. Broken down, its genus “Antirrhinum”, has the Greek word “rhis” which means snout. The two-lipped flower certainly resembles a dragon’s snout or mouth. Ancient Greeks and Romans believed the flowers held powers of protection and beauty.
Learn More
HOW TO GROW SNAPDRAGONS

Sow seeds in spring for fall blossoms. In Zones 7-10, snapdragons are tender perennials that can be seeded in the fall outdoors for spring blooms. To improve germination rate, chill seeds for 3-5 days in the refrigerator prior to planting.Sprinkle seeds on soil surface. Do not cover to allow exposure to sunlight for germination. Keep seeds moist, but do not over water. Thin seedlings 6-12” apart. For colder climates, start seeds indoors 8-10 weeks before last frost. Plant outdoors when plants are 3-4” tall. Pinch the growing tips to promote bush growth, and deadhead older blooms to promote further blooming. Prune plants 6” tall mid-season after a big bloom, and they will bloom again late season. Soil pH 6.2-7.

Planting Depth surface requires light
Soil Temp. Germ. 60-75
Days to Germ. 14-21
Plant Spacing 6-12”
Row Spacing 12-18”
Days To Maturity 80-100
Full Sun, Moist Well Drained Soil

 

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Seeds of Abundance Conventional Seed grower since 2018
Seeds of Abundance was born of our joyful curiosity and celebration of nature’s diverse gifts. Following nature’s model of open dispersal and dissemination, we share these seeds with you and invite you to play in the garden of abundance. We learn from nature and she has taught us to live and think in terms of “abundance” instead of “scarcity”. Diversity - in all forms, from genetic to creative expression - is the heart of resilience. We enjoy experimenting with myriads of flavors, colors, and textures and the world opens to us in infinite possibilities. As a result, we are nourished in body, mind, and spirit.
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