The "Climbing Snapdragon"
Shades of red, pink, violet and blue, with speckled creamy lips
Will twine itself around trellises, or creep down from pots
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Height Up to 180cm (70.9in)
Spread Up to 30cm (11.8in)
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Sun or semi shadeDappled shade
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1 packet (50 asarina seeds) (26336)
When large enough to handle, transplant the seedlings into 7.5cm (3in) pots, and grow on in cooler conditions, potting on as necessary. For outdoor planting, gradually acclimatise to outdoor conditions and plant out in late spring after all risk of frost has passed 30cm (12in) apart in a sun or shade in a, sheltered spot and ordinary, cool moist yet well drained soil. On acid soils, a dusting of lime is helpful before planting. Provide a trellis, strings etc., for them to climb. They can be grown in a greenhouse/conservatory and will need a final pot size of 18-20cm (7-8in) and a minimum winter temperature of 5-7C (41-45F).
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