Do snapdragon plants spread?
Likewise, people ask, how long do snapdragon plants last?
Snapdragons are long-blooming flowers that continue to produce new blooms for two months or more from early- to midsummer on. They may stop blooming in hot weather, but typically resume blooming when it cools down, if you cut them back.
Likewise, what to do with snapdragons after flowering? Clean Up the Flower Bed At the end of the growing season, after the snapdragons die back, cut the plants down to the ground. To encourage reseeding, leave some of the dead flower heads in place.
Similarly one may ask, how do you keep snapdragons blooming?
How to Keep Snapdragons Blooming All Summer
- Deadhead snapdragons by cutting the faded blooms off down to the green part of the stem.
- Prune snapdragons back dramatically if blooming does not increase after deadheading.
- Add fertilizer and compost to the soil after cutting the plants back.
What grows well with snapdragons?
Plant lobelia, pansies or another bedding flower at the feet of your snapdragons to fill the area between the ground and the snapdragon blooms with color. Try planting Liberty Yellow snapdragons, violas and delicate white baby's breath.