Tetra Mix Snapdragon Flower

Antirrhinum majus | SKU: 0185 P250
4 Reviews
$3.25
  • Annual
  • Fragrant and colorful
  • Grows 18-24" tall

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Item Details

Robust, scented flowers in an abundance of colors hearken back to old-fashioned annual cutting gardens. The undeniable vintage charm of this semi-dwarf snapdragon, which grows from 18-24" high, enlivens garden beds and borders, as well as bouquets. Annual.

Learn to Grow Tetra Mix Snapdragon Flower

Start Indoors: 8-10 weeks before last frost

Germination: 7-10 Days

Plant Outdoors: 7-10” Apart

Light: Sun/Partial Shade

Instructions - Sow seeds indoors on the surface of the soil. Plant outdoors after the danger of frost has passed in late spring. Prefers average soil. Remove spent blossoms regularly to prolong blooming.

Ratings & Reviews

4 reviews

2.8

Never sprouted

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I received the seeds on the 3rd of August. It is now the 30th and none of the seeds have sprouted/germinated, even though the packet they came in said it takes 10-14 days to germinate. I followed the instructions on the packet and even did some of my own research to make sure I was doing everything right, to no avail. I was so excited to grow snapdragons, but I guess that will have to wait for now.

Patience pays off

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I sprouted these indoor per instructions this year, and they eventually grew and were beautiful in a large pot, but the sprouts were remarkably tiny and took forever to grow to the size you'd normally find for sale. My tomatoes were outside for weeks while these were still barely a few inches tall. Will grow again, now that I know what to expect

Never sprouted

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Only one seed actually sprouted. Very disappointing.

Seed Savers Response: We are sorry to hear your seeds didn't germinate as expected. Please reach out to our customer team so that we can get this corrected for you.

Exquisite colors, prolific reseeders, somewhat perennial

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I purchased the tetra mix seeds 3 years ago and started in trays on my patio table. They thrived in my zone 5 butterfly garden here in the Chicago suburbs but the real surprise was that between 50% to 75% of them survived the winter. I cut them back hard in the spring to just a few inches high and once it warmed up, they took off growing The plants that are three years old are robust and lush, and have been blooming for weeks. The plants that sprang up from seed are just now blooming and will provide blooms while I cut the older plants back. The hummingbirds love the snapdragons and I love the variety of colors while I wait for my summer flowers to kick in.