Angelonia (Angelonia Angustifolia) gives the impression of a delicate and delicate plant, but it is actually easier to grow Angelonia. Such plants are known as summer happy flowers because they will always bloom many small flowers similar to small happy flowers throughout the summer. In a warm natural environment, the flowering period will last until autumn.
Since the end of the 1990s, there are only a few fresh additions to choose from in the plant history manual of this type of plant. As a gritty perennial, Angelonia has no difficulty in resisting the high temperature and humidity of summer, making it a rich and colorful supplement to all places with sufficient light.
Here is some relevant knowledge of Angelonia.
|Botanical Name||Angelonia Angustifolia|
|Common Name||Angelonia; summer snapdragon|
|Plant Type||Perennial plant|
|Mature Size||18 inches|
|Sun Exposure||Full sun exposure|
|Soil Type||Normal, well-draining|
|Soil pH||Acidic; 5.5 to 6.2|
|Flower Color||White, pink, purple|
|Native Area||Mexico and West Indies Mexico and West Indies|
About Angelonia Flowers
Angelonia is one of the most suitable container plants for planting in sunny places. It can produce beautiful lavender, purple, blue, white, or pink flower spikes throughout the summer. It has a strong performance in containers, landscape flower gardens, and flower gardens. These colorful annual plants also come in tall, large upright, and short bush varieties, so you can apply them in a variety of garden environments. In the north, Angelonia is cultivated as an annual plant; in frost-free areas, it is treated as a perennial. Most Angelonia species grow between 12-18 inches in height. This plant can also attract butterflies and bees.
When annual plants in the cool and comfortable season rest in the hot and hot summer, Angelonia flower plants will immediately speed up to grow. This kind of plant, which is a bit like a jolly dragon, blooms incessantly from late spring to autumn, adding a cheerful color to the landscape. Unlike the happy flowers that withered and withered in the summer, Angelonia plants can thrive under constant high temperatures, even in the hot and humid areas of the south.
These semi-tropical plants are basically treated as annual plants in other places except in the warmest climatic conditions. The exquisite tubular flowers are magnets for hummingbirds, butterflies, and insect pollinators. There are a variety of colors and forms to choose from. This kind of basically carefree annual plant is the first choice for gardens, flower beds, and containers.
The attraction of Angelonia in the garden is strong, but it is also short-lived because the flowers are cool and comfortable annual plants. When the summer turns into high temperatures, they will soon wither and wither. However, Angelonia is a plant that looks a lot like it, and it can still stand firm in the landscape long after the last jolly dragon withered. The fruity scent of Angelonia flowers is an added benefit, especially on hot and hot summer nights.
Angelonia has no known side effects for pets or people, but it cannot be eaten either. The toxic and side effects of plants are related to the amount of use. A large amount of consumption may cause side effects, please be careful!
Angelonia other varieties:
‘Adessa Blue Bicolor’ from the Angelonia series
Adessa Blue Bicolor is an easy-to-grow option. It has moderate and light-colored sky blue flowers on a firm raceme until summer. It can also grow to 20 inches high and 12 inches wide.
‘Alonia Big Indigo’ from the Angelonia series
Alonia Big Indigo is famous for its large flowers. It is 18 inches high and 14 inches wide, and there will be a large number of colorful indigo purple flower racemes throughout the summer.
‘Angelina Dark Rose’ from the Angelonia series
Wonderful resistance to high temperature and drought, Angelina Dark Rose gives a beautiful raceme of pink flowers of rose. It grows 18 inches high and 14 inches wide.
‘Angelina Pink’ from the Angelonia series
Angelina Pink gives large batches of racemes of soft pink flowers on neatly organized plants, growing 16 inches tall and 12 inches wide.
‘AngelMist Spreading Blue’ from the Angelonia series
AngelMist Spreading Blue is a compact Angelonia, ideal for container gardens and small indoor spaces. It has soft sky blue flowers of lavender and grows 10 inches high and 20 inches wide.
‘Archangel Blue Bicolor’ from the Angelonia series
Archangel Blue Bicolor has super large flowers, giving bi-color lavender sky blue flowers throughout the summer.
‘Archangel Raspberry’ from the Angelonia series
The advantage of Angelonia is that it blooms non-stop throughout the summer. In addition, the rose-colored’Archangel Raspberry’ also attracted hummingbirds and butterflies to stop by its oversized flowers. It grows 14 inches high and wide.
‘Archangel White’ from the Angelonia series
Archangel White grows 14 inches tall and wide, and it is characterized by large, pure white flowers. In our experimental garden, it is always a prominent species because of its excellent appearance and easy-to-care properties. It can also grow to 14 inches high and 12 inches wide.
‘Carita Cascade Deep Purple’ from the Angelonia series
Carita Cascade Deep Purple’s beautiful purple flowers add a lot of color to your porch or courtyard. Beautiful by itself or mixed with other colors, it fills a container and becomes a beautiful artistic mouth. It is 24 inches long and 18 inches wide.
‘Carita Cascade Raspberry’ from the Angelonia series
Carita Cascade Raspberry is ideal for window boxes, flower baskets, and other containers. It overflows one side of the container, creating a frenetic color presentation. It grows 16 inches tall and 18 inches wide.
‘Carita Cascade White’ from the Angelonia series
For planted flower baskets and other containers, Carita Cascade White has a stacked/tracked shape, adding a green exterior deck, porch, and courtyard. It grows 18 inches tall and wide.
‘Carita Purple’ from the Angelonia series
Carita Purple flowers bloom very vigorously, with a relatively open and flat appearance, which is especially suitable for hanging on flower baskets, containers, and window frames. It blooms continuously throughout the summer and is 12 inches tall and 16 inches wide.
‘Carita White’ from the Angelonia series
White matches everything. This is why you should include Angelonia in the form of white flowers, such as’CaritaWhite’ in your bed, border, or container. It is 12 inches long and 16 inches wide.
‘Serena Purple’ from the Angelonia series
Serena Purple is a flat variety that adds bold colors to containers and flower pots. It matches perfectly with yellow, white, or rose flowers. Serena Purple grows 20 inches tall and 14 inches wide.
‘Serenita Lavender Pink’ from the Angelonia series
Serenita Lavender Pink gives a lot of soft pink flowers, more accumulation habits than other series, making it very beautiful in flower baskets and other containers. Serenita Lavender Pink grows 14 inches tall and wide.
‘Serenita Pink’ from the Angelonia series
Winning the National Choice Award for its outstanding garden performance, Serenita Pink will surely become a big winner in your yard. It presents pink flowers on plants that are tolerant to heat and drought and grows 14 inches tall and wide.
‘Serenita Sky Blue’ from the Angelonia series
Serenita Sky Blue likes hot weather and is resistant to arid climates, and can bloom soft lavender-blue flowers throughout the summer. It grows 14 inches tall and wide, making it an ultimate choice for landscaping, and its container gardening.
‘Sungelonia Blue’ from the Angelonia series
Sungelonia Blue is especially easy to grow, producing a soft blue flower that appears regularly. It can also grow to 15 inches high and 12 inches wide.