Drought Resistant Plant: Angelonia (Summer Snapdragon)

angeloniasA Must Have for Texas Gardens.

Landscape professionals and horticulturists are raving about Angelonia’s heat and drought tolerance, extended
bloom period and performance in the landscape. Better Homes and Gardens magazine listed it as one of the top
20annuals of 2008 and it was a Georgia Gold Medal Winner in 2009.

In addition the Angelonia is a Texas Top Performer
Angelonia is a spreading annual with upright flower spikes that resemble miniature snapdragons. The Serena™ series are the only angelonias that are grown from seed. Flower colors available include white, pink, purple, lavender and lavender pink. Angelonia can be used as a border planting, a ground cover or as a trailing plant for mixed containers.

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