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Antirrhinum 'Crimson' has tall, velvety, rich flowers in a voluptuous deep crimson. This has remained one of our bestsellers.
Snapdragons are invaluable plants for their full flower spikes, which last well over a week in water. We sell the elegant, single-colour, tall florist's varieties, which are now very difficult to find.
These varieties have also all been bred for good rust resistance.
|Variety||Liberty Classic Crimson|
|Soil Type||Sandy, Neutral|
|Site||Full Sun, Shelter|
|Moisture||Well-drained, Moist but Well-drained|
|Sowing, Seeds, Planting||Sow under cover in early spring, pot on and plant out after last frosts. Or sow September-October for planting in a very sheltered spot or in a cold frame. Do not cover seed with compost.|
|Care Tips||Water well, support stems if necessary. Can be grown in container pots.|
|Flowering||July - October, or 18 weeks from sowing seed|
|Vase Life||7-10 days.|
|Harvesting||Flower production: 3 months.|
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Antirrhinum 'Liberty Classic Crimson' F1 reviews
Reviewed 3rd November 2015 by Emily Hayward
Truly luscious, I can't stop looking at them. Mine has flowered all summer and is still flowering now in early November here in Cheshire. I would definitely buy these again. Really strong plants.
The classiest of the classics
Reviewed 1st February 2015 by Arthur Parkinson
This variety of snapdragon has the most wondrous blooms tall spires of brilliant rouge in velvet. Sow them in February on a windowsill and prick out once they have got growing well - pinch them out for bushy plants. I've cut them back in Late July and they have then go on to over winter in our northern garden and then bloomed better and bigger the following year !