- Posted by Peter Moore
- On June 27, 2016
- 1 Comments
‘I have grown Antirrhinum ‘pretty in Pink’ in my garden in London. It has proved to be a strong grower, flowering throughout the summer, and growing to around a metre high.
It has stayed almost entirely evergreen in the location I have it, (semi-shade) and most importantly has been found to be immune from the marauding slug population which has seen off Salvia, Lupin, Alstroemeria, Campanula, and Delphinium. Flowering can be enhanced by dead-heading which is easily achieved by hand, as the stems snap cleanly.’
27th June 2016