Snapdragons do best in sunny to light shade situations. They have stalks of brightly colored flowers that are especially profuse in cooler weather. They start blooming at the bottom of the stalk and work their way up.
The flowers come in just about every shade of color, except a true blue. Some are vibrant bold tones, some are soft pastels and some are shaded bi-colors. A word of caution: All parts of snapdragon are poisonous, if ingested.
Snapdragons like a neutral soil pH, between 6.2 and 7.0;
The heights of the plants are as follows: dwarf (6-8 inches), medium (15-30 inches) and tall (30-48 inches); making them easy to place in and around the landscaping. Pinching the tips of young plants will encourage side growth branching, making it a fuller plant, and regular deadheading will keep your snapdragons blooming longer.
Water requirements are normal, about an inch per week.
You have a very good showy flower color in this one, and the snapping sound effects will give you something to show the kids.
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