Coral Snapdragon

The name Antirrhinums is originally derived from the Green meaning “nose-like” owing to its snout-shaped silhouette.  Whilst the original origins of this glorious bloom are unknown, it is believed that they were once wildflowers in Spain & Italy, brought to other parts of Europe by the Romans.

Legend has it that concealing a snapdragon flower makes a person appear both fascinating and cordial.  The Victorian Language of Flowers suggests the snapdragon is said to represent graciousness.

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