Miami, FL, United States
March 31, 2016
Beautiful flowers
Easy to Grow 5.0
EarlyMaturity 3.0

What are the pros? Color, Size, Bloom time

What are the cons? None


Appleblossom Snapdragons are my favorite flower this season. I planted seeds in starter cups in November, had great germination rates (just sprinkled seeds on top of soil and kept moist). Transplanted seedlings in December when they were between 2-4" tall. They grew really fast after they were transplanted and had lush 1' tall foliage when I began pinching in order to get it to be bushier (this might delay flowering). Each snapdragon plant had ~4-6 tall stems/shoot (1.5') and multiple smaller stems/shoots (0.5'). By mid-March each stem/shoot started to develop a flower bud (looks like a large round dome), after a week it begins to grow longer and the snapdragon flowers open. The flowers were exactly as pictured appleblossom pink petals with gold in the center/lips. At the moment they are ~2ft and growing, with more blossoms opening up every day. A beautiful winter/spring blooming perennial in South Florida. I will be planting even more next year and highly recommend these flowers!

Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes

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