I love snapdragons too and usually have them come back as volunteers. I live in zone 6 so I'm always surprised but happy to see them return. I have some now in a hanging container but I plan to put some more into the ground. Just love them! kim
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Hi, welcome to the team. You could also try saving the seeds from the flowers from the plants you have. As the flower dies back, check them for seeds and put the seeds in an airtight container in a cool dry place. Then plant them next year.
Hi and welcome!! I plant several Snapdragons each Spring. Sometimes they come back up and many times they don't. They will usually freeze during the winter unless they are in a protected area. Anyway, I don't know of any way to spread the plant. You can buy seeds rather then plants. They come up good with seeds. Let us know what you try and how it works out!! JO
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Hello everyone! I'm new to this team. I've developed an interest in Snapdragons. This flower was planted in my garden as an annual, but for two years it has re-bloomed. Is there someway I can spread this flower in my yard without buying new plants?
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