Organic Night & Dawn Snapdragon

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2 to 3' tall 70 days to harvest Antirrhinum majus

Did you know snapdragons are edible? Toss them in salads and enjoy every bite! We love this stately, gracious Night & Dawn snapdragon for her contrasting raspberry-cream petals with vivid golden throats, practically begging you to open them as you did when you were five. Our friend and mentor Frank Morton of Wild Garden Seed in Oregon selected this beauty out of Night & Day snapdragon and, as usual, Frank open our minds and the possibilities of this world in more ways than we’ll ever know. Snapdragons thrive in gardens and raised beds as well as containers, abundant for cutting & munching mid-July through frost.

At Fruition, we sow most organic snapdragon seeds in soil blocks indoors 4 weeks before final frost to transplant after final frost with one foot between plants.

Size Price Quantity# Availability
100 Seeds $4.45 In stock
200 Seeds $7.55 In stock
400 Seeds $14.25 In stock

1 review for Organic Night & Dawn Snapdragon

  1. Pamela Fontes May (verified owner)

    These snapdragons were very easy to start from seed and transplanted like champions. They bloomed throughout summer and fall, straight through some November frosts and even some snow. And the color – spectacular!

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Organic Night & Dawn Snapdragon

When to sow (Transplant Only): Sow indoors ~6 weeks before final frost.

Seedling care: Sow 2 seeds per cell. Mist to avoid covering seeds with displaced soil. Thin to 1 & transplant after danger of frost.

Seed Depth: barely cover (needs light to germinate)

 Days to Germination: 8-14 days at 68-72°F

Full Sun       Plant spacing after thinning: 12-18 inches

Days to Harvest: 70      Height: 2 feet

Harvest: Cut for bouquets & eating just as blossoms open.

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