Spanish Snapdragon. A beautiful evergreen subshrub (often treated as a perennial) that creates a 1 foot tall by 2 feet wide clump of fuzzy gray-green leaves. The flowers are pink on the upper lips and whitish on the tips of the lower lip with yellow near the base. These charming flowers are held on short upright spikes just above the foliage. An attractive plant in the rock garden atop a wall or path edge and as a container specimen. Plant in full sun to light shade in hot locations in a well drained soil, with little to occasional irrigation. Hardy to 0F.