Snapdragon, dwarf, 'Montego Orange-Bicolor' (Antorrhinum majus dwarf)
A very compact variety of an old garden favorite, this dwarf Snapdragon grows multiple flower clusters on upright spikes that reach just 6" - 15" inheight. Snapdragons grow best in cool weather with full sun exposure, and rich, fertile, well-drained soil. The buds burst open in summer and continue to bloom into fall, however, the blooming will stop if temperatures reach 80 degrees. Snapdragons require no staking and are ideal for container planting. Hummingbirds and butterflies take interest in them. Freeze seeds for 48 hours before sowing to increase the germination rate.