Native to our coast and transverse ranges, from Alameda all the way down to San Bernardino County & eastward through the Sierra Nevada foothills, this delicate-looking wild Snapdragon is sadly on the decline. ½” pink & creamy-yellow flowers are densely borne on 3’ flower spikes above 2' evergreen foliage. Heavily frequented by hummingbirds & butterflies, it's deer resistant & tolerant of many soils - including clay. Blooms in late Spring & Summer. Cut back to 12" during winter to keep it looking pretty!