Linaria Maroccana ‘Fairy Bouquet’ commonly known as ‘Fairy Bouquet Mix’. A charming small flower that looks like baby snapdragon in a fruit salad mix of colors of yellow, rose, blue, violet and more. A cheerful early summer edger, the seeds should be mixed with sand to sow thinly in earliest spring, for they revel in cool weather. This flower looks remarkably like baby snapdragons. Toadflax is superb summer garden edger and container annual that is sown early spring and blooms all summer long.
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Scientific Name: Linaria Maroccana
Common Name: Fairy Bouquet – Dwarf Mix
Plant Type: Annual
Family: Plantain Family
Native Range: Morocco
Height: 9-18 "
Spread: 6-9 "
Zone: 2 to 11
Exposure: Full Sun
Blooming Season: April to June
Attracts: Humming birds
Resistant: Drought resistant
Flower Shape: Showy, Good cut
Flower Color: Mix of purple, yellow, pink and rose
Moisture: Average moist
Water Requirement: Medium water use, keep evenly moist until well-established
Soil Type: Regular to rich, Well-drained
Soil pH: Not particular about pH
Advantage: Low maintenance, Easy to grow
Uses: Snapdragon is good as cut flowers for small bouquets