A colorful mix of hardy snapdragons, including yellow, pink, red, peach and white flowers. These annual flowers are quite drought tolerant, though they thrive with an occasional extra mid-summer watering. They are also cold-tolerant and can be planted before the last spring frost and last beyond the fall frost! An important source of nectar for bumblebees. Add color to your garden all season long. Grown by Groundwork in Paonia, CO.
Planting Instructions: Plant in early spring. Sprinkle onto soil, do not cover. Keep just moist until germinated. Or start indoors to better tend the tiny seeds.
Seed Saving Instructions: Crumble seed pods when fully brown and dry. Store in a cool, dark and dry place.