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Synonyms for Antirrhinum

a genus of herbs of the family Scrophulariaceae with brightly colored irregular flowers

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The Tagetes and Antirrhinums are also looking good although the snap dragons needed to be dead headed and so need another week for side shoots to start flowering.
Geraniums, marigolds, African marigolds, dahlias, snap dragons, fuchsias and the beautifully formed trumpets of the petunias make wonderful cameos on an endless canvas of relaxing greens.
For most of the Valley floor, any flower that produces seeds will do, but the majority of birds prefer sunflowers, cosmos, snap dragons, California poppies, yarrow and bushes with berries, she says.
Snap dragons (antirrhinums) will be ready to plant out in May for July flowering.
Sweetfields offers Violas, Pansies, Snap Dragons, Mini Roses, and Rose Petals with the following innovative, patent-pending finishes: SweetCrystal, SweetGlaze, or SweetDust.
Plantlife Cymru said the meadow clary, that grows to over one metre high, with flowers resembling pretty snap dragons, has now disappeared from its last knownWelsh site in Monmouthshire.
Each bridesmaid carried a smaller version of the bride's bouquet but with stems of stock and snap dragons and pit for greenery.
Mavis got to work with her gardening skills and filled pots with colourful annuals like pansies, snap dragons, lobelia and lots more.
Sweetfields offers Violas, Pansies, Giant Pansies, Snap Dragons, Mini Roses, and Rose Petals with the following innovative, patent-pending finishes: SweetCrystal(TM), SweetGlaze(TM), SweetDust(TM), or SweetCustom(TM).
An explosion of blue hydrangeas, coral roses, stems of blush stock, snap dragons, Belladonna delphinium, and bells of Ireland created a beautiful backdrop.
If people can't get roses, they go to novelty flowers that we grow,'' said Yolanda Van Wingerden, a sales manager for Pyramid Flowers, which grows crops including snap dragons and lisianthus on the Oxnard Plain.
She carried a bouquet of lavender and cream roses, lavender snap dragons, wax flowers, green hypericum, mini green hydrangea, and purple dahlia hand-tied with ivory satin ribbon.
A large centerpiece was the focal point with glades, roses, orchid sprays, hydrangeas, snap dragons, and lilies.