The Q&A Archives: Butter And Eggs

Question: I have moved from Maine to the west coast. Maine has a wildflower that grows in the woods called "Butter & Eggs". Have you ever heard of it and where can I obtain seeds for them?

Answer: The plant commonly called butter and eggs is Linaria vulgaris. An annual growing 18" - 24" tall, it produces bright yellow snapdragon-like flowers all summer long. Seeds are available from Thompson and Morgan, Inc., PO Box 1308, Jackson, NJ 08527-0308. Phone 800-274-7333.

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