What are the pros? Extremely hardy, bug resistant
What are the cons? Medium-small blooms
I started these indoors in February and transplanted them outdoors in April. The roots are very hardy, and almost all of them survived. I lost over 50 Zinnias to mites, meanwhile these Snapdragons had no problems! They even thrived in my soil which is very sandy and mostly dense clay. I had to stake them at about 2 1/2 ' tall, however, after being cut they shorten and expand into a small bush. Currently some have over 4-5 separate budding shoots. The smell is amazing, very spring-like and sweet with a citrus hint. The color varies. I noticed I had more rusty peach colors in the cooler whether, where now in June I'm getting strong pinks and some entirely white. My only complaint is the flower size, and the amount per shoot. I wish they were bigger and more per stem.
Very beautiful, medium maintenance and extremely hardy!
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