How far apart should I plant snapdragons?
Consequently, when can snapdragons be planted?
Snapdragons can be winter sown, meaning you can toss the seeds out in late fall or even on top of snow, and most will germinate in the spring. However, snapdragons are most often either started indoors, 8 to 10 weeks before the last frost date, grown from cuttings, or purchased as seedlings.
Subsequently, question is, do snapdragons need full sun? Snapdragons (Antirrhinum majus) grow as short-lived perennials in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 7 through 10, where they brighten gardens with their tubular, lobed flowers. They perform best when grown in full sun, although they will tolerate some light afternoon shade, depending on the climate.
Subsequently, one may also ask, 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.
Do snapdragons spread?
Snapdragon seeds require light to germinate, so do not bury the seeds. Spread them out on the moistened soil and press them down for good seed-to-soil contact.