Antirrhinum plants are a popular choice for summer bed border and container displays. Also know as Snapdragons due to their flower shape which resembles a dragon's face that opens and closes when laterally squeezed. Loved by bees. Suitable for indoor sowing from January to March flowering from June to October the same year. Trim plants back as flowers fade for a second flush. In warmer regions or light sandy soils the plants will usually overwinter to flower again the following year.