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There is only one known species of Asarina found in the Pyrenees.
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.
|Plant Types:||Perennial, Vine|
|Light:||Partial Shade to Full Sun|
|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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Propagate from the seed in early spring at 61°F (16°C). Self-sows. Can also propagate from tip cuttings in summer.
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.
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).
Needs well-drained, sandy soil and regular water.