Snapdragon day and night is long blooming and makes gorgeous cut flowers.
Snapdragons can be grown from seed sown 6 -10 weeks indoors and transplanted outside after frost.
Snapdragon is a perennial in USDA zones 5 and warmer, usually grown as an annual and it is deer resistant.
Life Cycle: Annual
Light Preference: Full sun
Planting Depth: 1/8"
Plant Spacing: a group of 3 seeds at 8 – 12"
Thinning: when 1/2" tall, thin to 1 every 12"
Growth Habit: 30 – 36” tall bushy upright with 6 – 12” spread and long blossoming stalks
Sow Indoors or Outdoors: Snapdragon seeds are easy to grow and can be sown outside after final frost, or start indoors 6 – 10 weeks prior to last frost. Freeze seeds for 48 hours before sowing. Do not cover seeds during germination, just press slightly in the starting mix. A full light will help seeds germinate in 8 – 14 days. Transplant once there are two true sets of leaves to your choice of a sunny indoor or outdoor spot. In warm climates, plant in late summer for fall, winter, and spring blooms.
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Just received and planted. Will follow-up with how they grow.
Only some grew but they were very pretty!
Beautiful. Quick growing.
A couple of seeds sprouted.
Spread these seeds over a large area; they germinate like crazy. Seeds are exceedingly small and I had a tendency to spread them too closely; now I am having to transplant the small seedlings. Great buy.