Two tone Snapdragons

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  1. Petronius

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    Gail-Steman In Flower

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    Oh yes I :heart: these after knowing how my others are still going :eek: through the autumn changing...I might purchase some more after you adding the link :rolleyes:
     
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    @Gail-Steman, Will you buy the actual Snapdragon plants or the seeds?
     
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    It would be a plant as I've never done seeds but the trouble is it's what the garden centres have to offer at the time and I won't buy one unless it's multi coloured like the one you've added.
     



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    I love snapdragons...
     
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    @Gail-Steman, Sometimes you can buy two-tone snapdragons in a short height.
     
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    Sherry after having them this year and seen how long they keep going i'm like yourself just love them mate.
    Well that's another thing I now know cheers mate...just hope the garden centres have them next year...I've got two Astilbes that I think are on their way out and not took to the ground or light.
     

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