The Q&A Archives: Climbing Snapdragons

Question: I saw in a gardening magazine a picture and a small article about "climbing snapdragons". I have tried to find them and nobody around here knows what they are. One nursery I questioned, said they are actually not climbers just tall and the are Rocket Snapdragons. Are there Climbing Snapdragons? and how do I get some?

Answer: Yes, Virginia, there are climbing snapdragons!! Climbing Snapdragons are known botanically as Asarina antirrhiniflora. They are also called Twining Snapdragon. You can get seeds for this plant from Thompson & Morgan, ph. 800-274-7333. Enjoy!

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