Just add dirt, sun, and occasional water.
Looking to spruce up your garden before summer’s in full swing, but not spend all season weeding and watering your new landscaping? You need flowers that bring color to your yard, but won’t wither the first time you forget to point the hose their direction.
Snapdragons come in just about every color of the rainbow, and their flowers form in stalks. They bloom most in full sun to partial shade and like about one inch of water added to their soil per week, per The Spruce. Other than that, set ‘em, forget ‘em, and enjoy ‘em.