Angelonia or summer snapdragon is a tender perennial native to Mexico and the West Indies which is typically grown as an annual.
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About Angelonia Dwarf

Tall spikes of tubular, two-lipped, snapdragon-like flowers appear throughout the growing season.

Plant Specifications

*above specification are indicative only. actual dimensions may vary by +-10%
Common Name Summer Snapdragon
Maximum Reachable Height 12"-18"
Flower Colour Deep pink, white and purple.
Bloom Time November.
Difficulty Level Easy.

Planting and care

  • Grow angelonias from seed, tip cuttings or root divisions.
  • Incorporate slow-release granulated fertilizer into the soil when planting.
  • Allow them to dry out a little between waterings, but provide them with the equivalent of an inch of rainfall per week.

    Angelonia Dwarf care

    Angelonia does best in sites with full sun and average, well drained soil. It is freeze sensitive but will take a few degrees of frost. It is also heat tolerant, though flower production will slow in the hottest weather. Plant in the fall and late winter in hot, frost-free areas.

    Angelonia is very drought tolerant once established though an occasional application of water during the driest times will enhance flowering. The flower spikes are long lasting as cut flowers and deadheading, removal of spent flowers, is not required. Angelonia is beautiful in beds, containers and borders.

    Sunlight Full sun.
    Watering Drought tolerant, occasional application of water during the driest times will enhance flowering.
    Soil Average, well drained soil.
    Temperature Heat tolerant, though flower production will slow in the hottest weather.
    Fertilizer They generally dont need additional fertilizer, but if they aren t growing well, try giving them a shovelful of compost in summer.

    Angelonia Dwarf uses

    Ornamental Use:

    • It is a cascading or basket series of plants which have a semi-trailing habit good for use in hanging basket
    • Angelonia is beautiful in beds, containers and borders

  • Frequently Asked Questions

    What is another name for a Angelonia Dwarf ?

    Angelonia Dwarf is commonly known as Summer Snapdragon

    How tall do Angelonia Dwarf grow?

    On average Angelonia Dwarf grows 12"-18"

    What color are Angelonia Dwarf ?

    A Angelonia Dwarf plant bears flowers of color Deep pink, white and purple.

    When Angelonia Dwarf blooms?

    With enough light, Angelonia Dwarf may produce Deep pink, white and purple. flowers in November.

    How hard is Angelonia Dwarf to grow?

    A Angelonia Dwarf is Easy.

    How much sunlight does a Angelonia Dwarf need?

    A Angelonia Dwarf prefers Full sun.

    How much water does a Angelonia Dwarf need?

    A Angelonia Dwarf prefers watering Drought tolerant, occasional application of water during the driest times will enhance flowering.

    What kind of soil does a Angelonia Dwarf need?

    A Angelonia Dwarf prefers Average, well drained soil.

    What temperature does a Angelonia Dwarf like?

    A Angelonia Dwarf prefers Heat tolerant, though flower production will slow in the hottest weather.

    How often should I fertilize my Angelonia Dwarf ?

    To encourage Angelonia Dwarf growth, They generally dont need additional fertilizer, but if they aren t growing well, try giving them a shovelful of compost in summer.



    Reviews

    Friday, 24 January 2020

    Received in good condition. Liked them very much!

    Shekhar Mondal

    Thursday, 21 November 2019

    Awesome experience!!! Luved the plant. Looked exactly the same. Thank you NL

    ovoxuklime

    Wednesday, 06 November 2019

    This plant initially takes time to grow.

    Roopam Shahi
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