6 Gorgeous Snapdragons For 2014

Snapdragons add beauty to the landscape, whether they are in planting beds, or even in hanging baskets. Take a look at these new cultivars.


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  1. Please pardon my ignorance.
    We grew snapdragons for about 75 yrs, (we closed in 1995.)
    We retailed & wholesaled both hothouse snaps & the bedding plant variety. What is the name of the above variety?
    It sure is a snapdragon just by its leaf, I’d guessed that even without knowing its identity…eventually. But that is one beautiful flower!

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