Aw Snapdragons!

Today we’re exploring God’s beautiful creation with the Snapdragon flower.

Snapdragons’ also known as ‘dragon flowers’, have the Latin name ‘Antirrhinum’ meaning ‘counterfeiting nose’ or ‘like a snout’. The flower has a similar look to a dragon face….
and when the flower is pressed gently on the sides, their ‘mouth’ can open and shut…thus it’s name…

They are native to rocky areas of Europe, the United States, and North Africa.
There are approximately 40 different species of snapdragons, and they are the relatives of plantains.

“They come in a range of colors, including green, red, orange, yellow, white and pink, among others. And they are a beautiful piece in almost any bouquet of flowers.

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