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Oh Snap….. A Creative Spin with Snapdragons


Today was a super busy spring day in the garden. I start the day out with a ‘cup of joe’ and sprinkler in hand as I water my greenhouse goodies. After babying the new seedlings growing for my veggie garden and starting some more annuals seeds it was time to start thinking about a quick creative lunch.

The time fly when I am having fun in the garden!

I’m serving up some eye-catching snapdragons at lunchtime today. I started growing these 20″ tall variety in the greenhouse back in January. They survived the 22*F night back in early February and today they are starting to bloom. I love being able to share these with you before we can enjoy them in our gardens here in zone 5b. It gives me a ‘fuzzy’ feeling just thinking of all the ‘SNAP’ color that is to come this summer.

FYI

Did you know that snapdragons can be used has a garnish.  Be sure that they plant was grown organically and doesn’t have any spray on it before serving.

Let’s Connect

I’d love to hear what you think of the snapdragons.  It would be an honor to have you stop by my contact page and leave a comment.

Happy Gardening,

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7 Responses

  1. Too pretty to eat – and they may snap back! ha.

  2. Just beautiful, Bren! I love snapdragons!

  3. These are some of my favorite flowers! The images are so lovely as usual. So beautiful to see! I just love the look of your new blog.

    Thanks again for sharing the beauty in your world!

  4. Hello Bren:

    It’s working fine, your blog post and pictures are as wonderful and informative as ever. Sorry I logged in so late I had to deliver Moo Poo Teas to a College Earth Day event.

  5. Oh what fun to have a greenhouse. Someday I’ll either have one, or I’ll live in a tropical climate where it won’t be needed!

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