What is your favorite summertime plant? Here’s Garrett with one of our popular picks!

Sometimes called the “summer snapdragon”, angelonia plants have fragrant leaves, and bright, colorful flowers that attract butterflies and sometimes hummingbirds. These are great for putting in the back of a layered flower setup, as they grow tall and will show from behind smaller plants.

Angelonia should be planted in late spring or summer, so if you’d like them for your landscape, now is the time.

If you have any questions about angelonia or other plants, let us know! We’d be happy to help.