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By Pcraven

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are antirrhinums annuals



In theory, yes - in practice, they often survive the winter, even if they are cut to the ground by cold weather, and may have seeded themselves.

16 Sep, 2011


Yes in our neck of the woods - annuals!

16 Sep, 2011


In my garden they are perennials, but could be new plants seeded by the original. I actually pull loads out as I find them quite invasive. (I think the birds keep dropping seeds and they come up all over the place.)

16 Sep, 2011


Nope Sheila the plants themselves do a good job or propagating themselves... You may think of them as a perennial but I bet they are actually growing annually from seed.

16 Sep, 2011


Ah, you're probably right Moongrower. That would explain why they always seems to be in the same place as the previous ones. I don't mind them, but I don't want a garden full of them!

16 Sep, 2011


I do get some that survive into the next year, MG. I'm always delighted to see them, too!

16 Sep, 2011

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