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«White Comandor» - Organic Antirrhinum Seeds

«White Comandor» - Organic Antirrhinum Seeds

1.14 €
This is a quite stunning Snapdragon. Growing up to 4 feet tall and with pure white flowers on strong stems, 'Admiral White' is a stately plant for your border and eye-catching in a vase.

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  • Manufacturer country: Ukraine
  • Product code: 1487-0.2
  • Available: a lot of
  • Germination: 90%
  • Unit: Seeds
  • Crop year / Production date: 2018
  • Shelf life: 4 years
  • Organic Antirrhinum «White Comandor»

    This is a quite stunning Snapdragon. Growing up to 4 feet tall and with pure white flowers on strong stems, 'Admiral White' is a stately plant for your border and eye-catching in a vase.
     

    How to Grow

    After planting snapdragons in a full sun location with well draining soil, snapdragon care should include a few well-placed clips to manipulate this plant into a bushy, filled-out specimen. Clip the top stem and any long side shoots to encourage more flowers and a more attractive planting.

    Tall varieties of snapdragons may require staking to remain upright. When blooms begin to fade due to summer’s heat, clip the plant by one-third to one-half and expect more blooms when temperatures begin to cool in fall. Intermingle plantings of snapdragon with heat-loving Angelonia for a similarly formed plant in the summer flower bed. Further care of snapdragons includes appropriate watering. When growing snapdragon, keep moist for the first few weeks. Once established, snapdragon care includes regular watering.

    Provide approximately an inch of water per week in times of no rainfall. Water near the crown of the plant and avoid overhead watering to keep your snapdragon healthy. Once established, let soil dry about an inch deep before watering. Snapdragon care includes the removal of spent blooms. Mulch is appropriate when growing snapdragon. Though mostly sold as an annual, proper care of snapdragons may encourage them to return next year, as they are actually a short-lived perennial plant.