Antirrhinum

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Synonyms for Antirrhinum

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

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A This is antirrhinum rust which is specific to this plant.
Use a heated propagator to sow half-hardy annuals and other bedding plants including antirrhinums, African marigolds, Begonia semperflorens, gazanias and lobelias.
Sow under glass slow maturing bedding plants such as African marigolds, petunias, lobelia and antirrhinums. Put cloches in position to warm the soil for early sowings of vegetables next month.
Sow under glass slow-maturing bedding plants such as African marigolds, below, petunias, lobelia and antirrhinums.
Do not sow antirrhinums too thickly - an excess of seedlings often leads to damping off.
Now it's time to be cruel to be kind, if you purchased antirrhinums, salvias or marigolds they will all benefit from having the first flower removed.
This is a fungus that can devastate Antirrhinums (Snapdragons), especially in wet weather as the spores have the best conditions to germinate and spread the disease.
Flowers: Jean Parsons (rose, novice class, foliage pot plant, Betty Barlow (three HT roses), Arthur Bastide (spike of floribunda, gladioli), Jack Warne (cactus, decorative, pom pom, and medium dahlias), Andy Greenwood (decorative dahlias), Janet Dean (calendulas), Paul Jagger (Stems of phlox), Betty Barlow (pansies), Angela Sowerbutts (vase of antirrhinums), Joyce Tasker (mixed perennials, mixed annuals), Helena Jones (gent's buttonhole, Elaine Mills (flowering pot plant), David Holden (flowering begonia).
Use a heated propagator to sow halfhardy annuals and other bedding plants including antirrhinums, African marigolds, Begonia semperflorens, gazanias and lobelias.
We are planting a pink and lavender colour scheme this time, using begonias, antirrhinums, fuchsias and verbena.
Sow slow maturing bedding plants under glass such as African marigolds, petunias and antirrhinums.
Grow English marigolds, antirrhinums, ten-week stocks, godetia and nemesia.
Transfer to the cold frames the more hardy subjects, such as geraniums and antirrhinums.
SOW antirrhinums in pots in the greenhouse - they are slow to grow and will benefit from an early start.
Sow slow-maturing bedding plants like antirrhinums and African marigolds.