A vigorous and colorful wildflower that grows easily from seed and is useful in border plantings.
These are truly beautiful flowers that grow to a height of 7"-12" and are glorius in mass plantings. The colors range from pastel shades to vibrant hues, and although they look exquisitely delicate they are extremely tough! They require little care and are easy to grow.
Genus and Species: Linaria maroccana Family: Scrophulariaceae Common Name: Toadflax, Baby Snapdragon, Spurred Snapdragon Habit: Annual, Reseeds Height: 1-2 feet Flower Color: Bicolors of yellow and red, pink, white, or purple Native to: Europe Range: Naturalized throughout United States Blooming Period: March-May Water Requirement: low Soil Type: tolerates most soils Exposure: full sun to partial shade Miscellaneous: Rapid bloomer; Not winter hardy; Do not sow seed too deeply”
Surface sow seed in spring no deeper than 1/16".
Seeds are kept in environmental conditions that promote seed life (Dark/Dry/Cool).