If you're not familiar with the Madame Butterfly variety of snapdragons, you're in for a huge treat. Snapdragons have gone unnoticed and underrated for far too long. These ruffly double bloomed snaps make for a great cut flower and are relatively easy to grow. Each floret looks like a tiny rosebud and the colors are vibrant as well. This is a bountiful mix of bronze, ivory, pink, rose, red and yellow. We also sell the bronze colorway on its own because we just love it that much. I have to admit this picture doesn't do it justice.
SEED COUNT: 50 seeds
Planting instructions: Start seeds indoors (direct seeding outdoors not recommended) by pressing seeds into soil. Do not cover, they need light to germinate. Place by a sunny window or under a grow light. Place in a tray and water from the bottom (overhead watering can mold the seeds). Harden off and transplant outside when the danger of frost has passed and the plant is about 2"-3" tall. Pinching back the center of the plant will produce side shoots and more flowers but will push back flowering time a little.
Sun: Full Sun Germination (days till sprouts appear): 7-14 days Life Cycle: Annual
Days to maturity: 110-120 Spacing: 6-12” Height: 24-30”