ANTIRRHINUM majus 'Tetra Mix' (Snapdragon, Mixed) is a popular annual flowering plant that is native to the Mediterranean region. It is a member of the Plantaginaceae family, which includes plantains and foxgloves.
Riched in a mixture of colors, Antirrhinum Majus; can enhance the beauty of any garden. Grown in most parts of the world, Africa, Mediterranean, in particular, the plant can adapt to any environment but appreciate the sunlight. Its unique shape is enough to make it worth getting hands on. The best thing about this extraordinary and charming plant is it’s super easy to sow.
The 'Tetra Mix' variety of Snapdragon produces tall spikes of brightly colored flowers in shades of pink, red, orange, yellow, and white. The flowers have a distinctive shape, resembling the face of a dragon or a lion, and are arranged closely together along the stem. The leaves are lance-shaped and light green in color.
Snapdragons are commonly grown in garden beds, borders, and containers, and prefer full sun to partial shade and well-drained soil. They are relatively easy to grow and are drought-tolerant, although they benefit from regular watering during hot, dry weather. They can be propagated by seed or by taking stem cuttings in late summer.
Snapdragons are popular for their showy, long-lasting blooms and are frequently used in cut flower arrangements. They are also attractive to bees and other pollinators, making them a valuable addition to any garden.
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Scientific Name: Antirrhinum Majus
Common Name: Snapdragon Mix
Plant Type: Annual, Perennial
Native Range: Africa, Spain, Mediterranean
Full Growth Height: 18-24 in
Width in Across: 6-8 in
Exposure: Partial or Full Sun
Blooming Season: Spring, Fall
Flower: Central Spike
Pollinators: Sun, Wind
Flower Color: Mixture (pink, purple, red, white, yellow)
Water Requirement: Moist but never soaked
Soil Type: Rich, Well-Drained Soil
Uses: Wildlife Gardens, Rabbit Resistant, Cut Flower, etc.