Planting and Propagation of Snapdragons in Florida
composite of close up photos of six different snapdragon varieties
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Huo, Heqiang, and Jianjun Chen. 2018. “Planting and Propagation of Snapdragons in Florida: ENH1285/EP549, 1/2018”. EDIS 2018 (1). Gainesville, FL.


Snapdragons are a common plant in Florida landscapes and are one of the top ten fresh-cut flowers in the nation. This 5-page publication, written by Heqiang Huo and Jianjun Chen, explores the planting and propagation of snapdragons in Florida landscapes. Published by the UF/IFAS Department of Environmental Horticulture, January 2018.
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