ANTIRRHINUM SEEDS

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  1. ANTIRRHINUM 'ANGEL TOWERS'

    We have crossed a tall, hardy, wild, perennial antirrhinum with a modern cultivar to produce these long-lived, spectacular new plants. Making tall, dividing, densely-shrubby branches, they have survived for several years here, some of them growing strong trunks. The flower colours vary from palest pink to reddish-purple, and are produced over an extremely long period from early summer into late autumn. They can also self seed producing even more interesting variations! ... Learn More

    $3.50

  2. ANTIRRHINUM BRAUN-BLANQUETII

    Numerous spikes of yellow-throated, pale lemon snapdragons arise all summer long and will very gently self-seed wherever they are happy, and this choice and bone-hardy plant from Northern Spain has a very long flowering period. Although this trouble-free snapdragon blooms the first year from seed, it is truly spectacular the second year when the bushy, spreading plant sends up a solid mass of tall stems which produces a living dome of colour. Occasionally hybrid seedlings of a slightly different colour may appear as we have numerous different forms in our gardens.....and busy bees! ... Learn More

    $3.10

  3. ANTIRRHINUM CANDY SPIRES

    Our trial ground holds several different "snapdragons". One of the very tallest is the pale-yellow flowered plant from northern Spain, Braun Blanquetti. One of our busy bees carried pollen from a red flower to this bed of flowers and produced the lovely hybrid swarm we have christened Candy Spires. Numerous spikes hold dense masses of medium-sized pale pink snapdragons, which open all summer long and will very gently self-seed wherever they are happy. Like its parents it has a very long flowering period, and although it blooms the first year from seed, it is truly spectacular in subsequent years when the bushy, spreading plant sends up a solid mass of tall stems which produces a living dome of colour. And of course, occasional hybrid seedlings of a slightly different colour may appear as we have numerous different forms in our gardens.....and still the busy bees! ... Learn More

    $3.43

  4. ANTIRRHINUM 'MADAME BUTTERFLY' F1 MIXED

    Upright racemes of double flowers open in colour-balanced shades of pink, yellow, red, orange and white, from midsummer until the first frosts. The unique double petals prevent insect pollination, making these superb flowers, which are gorgeous for cutting, last much longer than single-flowered varieties. All American Selection medal. ... Learn More

    $5.21

  5. ANTIRRHINUM MOLLE

    This classy snapdragon is actually a small shrub, with grey, softly hairy leaves and quite large flowers, either white or pink with some yellow colouring in the throat. It seeds itself freely but is very liable to hybridize with A. majus forms or with other species, the hybrids being more upright. Comes from Eastern and central Pyrenees ... Learn More

    $4.16

  6. ANTIRRHINUM SICULUM

    These "snapdragon" flowers have parallel purple streaks and stripes, whilst the lower lip has a yellow palate. They give off a strong sweet fragrance which is most attractive to pollinating insects such as bees and butterflies. The stems of this flowing plant are erect and freely branched, often with tufts of narrow leaves growing directly from the stem. ... Learn More

    $3.76

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    ANTIRRHINUM TORTUOSUM

    Sizeable, deepest pink "snapdragon" flowers open over a prolonged period in spring and summer on this scarce plant. It is strictly speaking a perennial, when it will ultimately make a thick-stemmed shrub clad in thin pointed leaves, but does very well grown as an annual. It grows in wild rocky places from the Rif Mountains of Morocco to Malta, where it can sometimes be seen as a dazzling patch on mountain roadsides and clifftops, but is very rarely seen in cultivation. ... Learn More

    $3.50

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