Snapdragons get their name from their flowers that resemble the face of a dragon and when you squeeze the sides of the flowers, their mouths will open and close. They are a lot of fun for children and come in amazing bright colors & bicolored blooms.
Name: snapdragon corona
Scientific name: antirrhinum majus
Color: yellow, orange, red, white, crimson, & bicolors
Plant seeds: outdoors after frost / indoors weeks before the last frost
Bloom time: summer
Hardiness zone: n/a (but reseeds itself easily, so it acts like a perennial in all zones)
Plant height: 12 - 18"
Plant spacing: 12 - 18"
Light requirements: sun - part shade
Soil & water preferences: average