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antirrhinum

any scrophulariaceous plant of the genus Antirrhinum, esp the snapdragon, which have two-lipped flowers of various colours
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Q My local garden centre has antirrhinum and dianthus in flower now.
Antirrhinums - these are better known as snapdragons and are a great way of providing instant colour and filling gaps in borders.
I can still smell the scented flowers - marigolds, pansies, antirrhinums, begonias.
I can still smell the scented flowers; marigolds, pansies, antirrhinums, begonias.
. Sow slow-maturing bedding plants such as antirrhinums and African marigolds.
Sow under glass slow-maturing bedding plants such as African marigolds, petunias, lobelia and antirrhinums.
Q Last year the underside of my antirrhinums' leaves were covered in a brown felt substance.
7Move hardier bedding plants such as antirrhinums and petunias to the cold frames.
Rust can affect hollyhocks, antirrhinums, and chrysanthemums.
The seeds of snapdragons (or antirrhinums) are tiny and it's best to mix them with some silver sand to make them easier to handle.
She was attending to the antirrhinums (snap dragons) in her back garden when a man who had cycled to the gate entered hurriedly with a spanner in his hand, and announced that he had been sent to inspect the water pipes.
Sow slow-maturing bedding plants under glass including lobelia, petunias and antirrhinums.