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Snapdragon flower

Snappy, Hardy, Beautiful And Medicinal: Meet The Snapdragon

Snapdragons are native to the rocky regions of North Africa, Europe, and the US. The plant derives its name from the tiny flowers it bears which resemble small dragon heads. When squeezed at the back and released, their snout-like parts open and close, which also explain why they are fondly referred to as snapdragon flowers, dragon flowers or dog’s mouth. Continue reading [...]