"Show me what you got." This statement really fits the Snapdragon. It is tall and blooms profusely with clusters of flowers in white, yellow, orange, red, purple and countless shades of pink. It once got its name from the shape of the petals: if you look at a flower, you see the muzzle of a lion.
Many flowers have a symbolic meaning, which makes giving them extra fun. For Snapdragon, it's about keeping secrets. This flower is therefore the perfect gift for that person with whom you can share your deepest secrets and then keep them discreetly in a safe.
The snapdragon is native to Southwestern Europe, where the flower made a good impression in the plantain family. You can now find snapdragons at your florist in spring and early summer.