Formal NameAntirrhium majus
HabitatSouthern Europe and North Africa's Mediterranean coast
Snapdragon (scientific name: Antirrhium majus) is a cold-resistant perennial plant (treated as a year-round on gardening) of the family Plantaginaceae native to Southern Europe and North Africa's Mediterranean coast. From Spring to early summer, extend a spiked inflorescences from the tip of the flower stalk and add many florets similar to goldfish. Generally planted in the garden, flower color has red, yellow, white, orange, peach color. For plant height, low to neutral for flower beds, high quality for cut flowers. There are Autumn Sowing, Spring Sowing, Promotion for Greenhouse, and it has been on the market for a long time. Clovenlip toadflax.
Common name: Snapdragon, scientific name: Antirrhium majus, aka: Snapdragon, Common snapdragon, Origin: Mediterranean coast of southern Europe to North Africa, Life type: Annual grasses / perennials, plant height: 15 to 30 cm (dwarf species) · 50 to 60 cm (neutral variety) · Flower color: red · peach · white · orange · yellow · multicolored, flowering period (90 to 150 cm (high variety variety), inflorescence type: ear inflorescence, flower head length: 10 to 30 cm, flower diameter: 3 to 6 cm : April to July (Autumn Sowing), August - September (Spring Rolls), Greenhouse Promotion Varieties.
Flower typeZygomorphic Flower
Flower arraySpike Inflorescence
Flowering placeGarden Ct flower・Flower arrangement Pot flower
ColorRed, Pink, Violet, Orange, Yellow, White
SeasonApr May Jun Jul Aug Sep
Height15 ~ 150 [cm]
Diameter3 ~ 6