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Climbing Snapdragon

Asarina scandens. This delicate-looking little vine isn't so delicate. It scrambles up to 8' in one season, cloaked in fresh green, arrowhead-shaped leaves and cascading, 1½-inch long, tubular flowers from summer to fall. Grow it up a trellis or allow it to tumble out of containers and window boxes. Climbing Snapdragon Vine prefers full sun and moist, well-drained soil. Direct-sow after after all threat of frost has passed or sow seeds indoors several weeks earlier. Annual. Summer flowering. Height: 6' to 8'.

Average seed life: 2 years.

The Royal Wedding Climbing Snapdragon Mixture

The Royal Wedding Climbing Snapdragon Mixture The Royal Wedding Climbing Snapdragon Mixture The Royal Wedding Climbing Snapdragon Mixture The Royal Wedding Climbing Snapdragon Mixture The Royal Wedding Climbing Snapdragon Mixture The Royal Wedding Climbing Snapdragon Mixture
Our special Royal Wedding Climbing Snapdragon Mixture blooms in shades of violet-blue and white.

One packet of about 50 seeds
Catalog #8470
$3.95
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Gardening Tips

Climbing Snapdragons Sowing Instructions
Planting Depth
:1/4”
Seed Spacing:1/2”
Plant Spacing:12”
Days to Germination:14-21 days
Germination Temperature:60°-70°F

Asarina scandens. This delicate-looking little vine scrambles up to 8 feet in one season, cloaked in arrowhead-shaped leaves and cascading, 1½-inch long, tubular flowers from summer to fall. Climbing Snapdragon Vine prefers full sun and moist, well-draining soil. Direct-sow after all danger of frost has passed, just barely covering the seeds with soil, or sow seeds indoors 10-12 weeks earlier. To avoid root disturbance and tangled vines, sow seeds in individual pots. Cover seeds with just a fine layer of sand or vermiculite and then cover with clear plastic wrap. Uncover when seedlings appear in 1 to 2 weeks and thin to the strongest 1-2 seedlings per pot. Harden off the seedlings by slowly introducing them to the outdoors over the span of a week, and then plant them out 12" apart. Summer flowering. Height: 8-10'.

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