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Climbing-snapdragon
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Climbing-snapdragon
Interesting Facts

There is only one known species of Asarina found in the Pyrenees.

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Climbing Snapdragon   Satin Mix (Asarina)

A delicate climbing vine, the best for small spaces and containers. Grow best with partial shade. Flowers are 1-1/2" across, 2" long. Plants have either deep blue, pure white or bright pink flowers. Grows best in full sun of partial shade. Attracts Butterflies.

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Plant Types: Perennial, Vine
Light: Partial Shade to Full Sun
Height: 10 feet
Zones: 9a to 13b
Bloom Color: Lavender, Pink, Purple, White
Bloom Seasons: Early summer, Mid summer, Late summer
Fertilizer: Miracle-Gro® Water Soluble Bloom Booster® Flower Food
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Plant Care
Planting:

Propagate from the seed in early spring at 61°F (16°C). Self-sows. Can also propagate from tip cuttings in summer.

Plant Growth:

Trailing, evergreen perennials. Climbing Snapdragons are good candidates for growing on a trellis, in a window box or a hanging basket. They have twining stems that help them climb and sprawl. Grows best in sun or partial shade.

Blooming:

If sown early enough, Climbing Snapdragons will bloom in late spring and through summer. The flowers look similar to Snapdragons (they are in the same family, Scrophulariaceae).

Soil and Irrigation:

Needs well-drained, sandy soil and regular water.

Pests:

Uncommon.