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As a comment about Snapdragon (Antirrhinum majus), wildflowers wrote:

There are somewhere around 40 species of snapdragons, many of which have become naturalized in regions of North American. Antirrhinum majus is the common variety that makes a great addition to the cottage garden. Snapdragons do best in cooler climates, so I have mine growing in a semi-shady area where they are slower to bloom and longer lived.
Name: Taqiyyah
Maryland (Zone 7a)
Container Gardener Bee Lover Region: Mid-Atlantic Vegetable Grower Seed Starter Salvias
Roses Plant and/or Seed Trader Winter Sowing Region: Maryland
Mar 13, 2015 2:46 PM CST
I was lazy and didn't pull my snapdragons, so I was surprised to find them still growing through the winter, keeping their foliage even in single-digit temps at night. Now they're bushy and green this spring.

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