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Antirrhinum hispanicum


By Wagger

Antirrhinum hispanicum

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Thats nice

28 Jun, 2010


Thanks, Cinders.

28 Jun, 2010


Very pretty and dainty.

28 Jun, 2010


This looks very much like one of the snap-dragons I am growing. I was suprised to find that is survived the winter.

28 Jun, 2011


I overwintered this in the greenhouse - it has survived outside here in the past but I thought the last two winters might finish it off. I do like the furry foliage on it.

30 Jun, 2011


Just had a double check on mine and it is A.hispanicum grown from Alpine Garden Society seed last year.

30 Jun, 2011


Mine was originally a cutting from a friend - I have increased it by cuttings several times but never tried seed, well done, you!!! :-)))

30 Jun, 2011


No: well done you! I have tried cuttings for many years of Antis but never succeeded, so whats your method?

3 Jul, 2011


Just small cuttings (about 2ins) in ordinary multipurpose compost gives me about a 75per cent success rate. I do use hormone rooting liquid.

4 Jul, 2011


Do you keep them under glass or just leave them outside?
I have Antirrhinums coming up all over my borders at the moment!

4 Jul, 2011


In greenhouse until rooted then I put them in individual pots which just sit outside in a shady spot to grow on.

6 Jul, 2011

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