Angelonia is a relative of the snapdragon, but with more compact flowers and foliage. Prolific, bright pink flower spikes reach about 12-14" high. One of the best flowering plants for containers, but works well in the annual garden as well. Best in full sun; needs at least 3-4 hours of sun to perform well. Flowers reliably from spring until fall.
Deadhead regularly for best performance-remove flower spikes when color is faded. New flower spikes will keep coming all summer long. Keep moist but not soggy, soil should begin to dry a little between waterings.