Serendipitous snapdragons snap color in a Virginia garden for Garden Bloggers Bloom Day, the 15th of every month.
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I am a fan of Snapdragons.
I am too and the funny thing is that I planted snaps last year; these plants either came back or grew from seed.
Are these annuals or perennial? I’ve had a hard time keeping the perennial ones alive. But they’re beauties, regardless! :o)
Thanks, these are annuals I planted last year, they self seeded in the same place.