A great addition to any garden these blooms come in a dazzling array of colors. Growing to a medium height and make lovely cut flowers or an elegant garnish.
Snapdragons have been a garden favorite since the 1700s. Originating in the Mediterranean region, this flower gets its name from its unusual blossoms that look like a dragon's head; the "mouth" even opens when squeezed.
In medieval times, snapdragons often guarded the gates of castles because of a belief that they offered protection.
Victorian women received bouquets of this flower with delight, since this meant a coming proposal.
In addition to being decorative in the garden, I bet your didn't know that snapdragon blossoms are edible and can be used as a garnish for elegant desserts.
100% open pollinated and Organically grown in the Huon
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