Southern Gardening: Angelonia can give a garden razzle, dazzle
Angelonia and caladium should top your shopping list when you visit your favorite garden center looking for summer color.
For full sun, select Angelonia, also called summer snapdragons. These plants begin flowering in late spring and continue to bloom profusely until frost. They require very little deadheading.
Because plants with round flowers dominate the garden world, the spiky texture of the Angelonia flower stalks offers welcome contrast in any summer garden.In 2007, the Serena Angelonia were named a Mississippi Medallion winner. Flower colors include blue, pink, violet and white. Serena Angelonia will grow to 12 inches tall and spread up to 14 inches.
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