Antirrhinum majus 'Potomac Apple-blossom' F1
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|Sow Under Cover|
|Direct Sow/ Plant Out|
- Half-Hardy Annual
- Border (Middle), Cutting Garden
- Neutral - Alkaline
- June - September
- 90cm (36in)
- Common name
- Moist but Well-drained
- Full Sun
- 30cm (12in)
- Sow under cover in early spring, pot on and plant out after last frosts. Or sow September-October for overwintering indoors or planting in a very sheltered spot. Do not cover seed with compost. Thin to 30cm (12in).
DescriptionThis variety has now sold out. You may like Antirrhinum majus 'Brighton Rock' instead.
Soft, curvy, full and flowery, a series of cheer-leader pompoms on a stem. Only a few and you’ve filled a vase.
Antirrhinum flowers are edible and can be used to decorate puddings, cakes or party cocktails. They are not to everyone's taste as they are slightly bitter, but they're completely safe to eat.
They will need staking, or growing up through horizontally stretched jute netting. Keep picking (not to the ground but to above a pair of leaves), and these will keep flowering for months at a time.