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The roots and foliage are quite hardy, like chrysanthemums and Lenten roses, though snapdragons are not as long-lived as either of them.
Transplant cool-weather annuals such as pansies, violas, fairy primroses, cyclamen, calendulas, stocks and snapdragons.
Plant petunias, snapdragons, zinnias and marigolds.
So did the vincas, snapdragons, kangaroo paws, salvia, sweet alyssum, begonias, primroses and false heather.
Millennial Pink) at weddings this year, this colorful array of peonies, snapdragons, alliums and dahlias is a refreshing change from the recent norm.
Both offer an astounding selection, from deep purple anemones to silky white calla lilies to pastel pink snapdragons.
However, their florets are much smaller than those of snapdragons.
For spring companion plants that, like pansies, can weather spring’s cold, Chacon suggests snapdragons, dianthus and stock.
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