Maurandya anthirrhiniflora, or Climbing Snapdragon, is a perennial deciduous, delicate vine with small, slightly lobed, arrowhead-shaped leaves and “closed-throat” purple flowers that are visited by hummingbirds. Its shoots can extend up to 8 ft long. This vine grows under trees and shrubs in desert washes and riparian areas, and climbs up other plants in desert uplands. It prefers elevations between 1500-6000 ft. and it blooms April-October. Plant partial shade to full shade, in wet to dry conditions.

Climbing Snapdragon, Maurandya antirrhiniflora

  • 1500-6000'