Angelonia

Plant name: Angelonia

Botanical name:
Angelonia angustifolia ‘Serena’

Suggested by:
Ellen Leue, Ball Horticultural Company (www.ballhort.com)

Virtues:
Easy to care for. Its colors and texture are somewhat reminiscent of heather.

Flower:
Small florets arranged in spikes, in white, lavender, pink, and purple.

Foliage:
More narrow and deeper green than those of most snapdragons.

Habit:
Grows 10 to 12 inches tall and spreads 12 to 14 inches, creating a dense mound of color.

Season: Summer.

Companions: Other sun-loving plants, including petunias, grasses, and lantana. Excellent for containers, garden beds, and large-scale landscapes.

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