Finding Linaria - Knowledgebase Question

Cambria, CA
Question by jmillsrnatc
February 22, 2000
Where can I find Linaria seeds or plants. I saw these once and want to plant them. Also when are they planted?


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Answer from NGA
February 22, 2000

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Linaria is also known as toadflax. The plants grow in full sun or light shade and produce brightly colored flowers that resemble small, spurred snapdragons. A summer annual, linaria blooms from June through September. You can sow seeds now and plants will be ready to bloom in late spring or early summer. Seeds are available from Thompson & Morgan, PO Box 1308, Jackson, NJ 08527-0308. Phone 800-274-7333.

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