While their actual origin is unknown, it’s believed that snapdragons were originally wildflowers in Spain and Italy. This flower originated in the Mediterranean area but now thrives in the UK when planted in well-fertilized soil in full sun. The English name derives from the flower’s imagined appearance as a dragon’s face. Snapdragons come in a wide variety of bright colors and a range of heights, from dwarf to medium and tall. In addition to growing the plants for cut flowers, the seeds have been used to extract edible oils, while the leaves and flowers have been considered to possess anti-inflammatory properties.
|Blooming Season:||Spring, Summer|
|Average Life:||5-16 Days|