Antirrhinum Pretty in Pink immune from the marauding slug population say James Plant

27 June 2016, by Peter Moore

Hi Pete,


‘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.’



James Plant

27th June 2016


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