The Dragon Flower, commonly known as Snapdragon, is believed to have originated as a wildflower native to Spain and Italy. By gently squeezing the sides of the flower you can see the jaws of a dragon head open and close with a snap.
Derived from the Greek words anti meaning like, and rhin meaning nose, Antirrhinum (botanical name) describes the snout-shaped flower.
Legend says that wearing a snapdragon concealed in one’s clothes made a person appear fascinating and cordial. Snapdragons were said to protect people from deceit or curses. Snapdragons symbolize deception, strength, and graciousness.
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