Sow the seeds in boxes or in a frame in July. When plants are large enough, transplant three inches apart into another frame in which they should be wintered and planted out in March. Two hints here may be helpful. When transplanting into frame, if weather is brilliant, careful shading will be required for a few days, as a few hours' brilliant sunshine through the glass will scorch or destroy the plants. As soon as the plants are established they will not require the sashes over them, and in winter they ought to get plenty of air always, the object being to rear hard, stubby plants. In many districts where the soil is free seedling Antirrhinums winter well out of doors. If this is the intention, the seeds should be sown at the end of May or early June, transplanted as already recommended and planted out into beds in September. If any of the plants show flower stems, these should be pinched out. In favourable districts all the plants will stand the winter and produce beautiful spikes of bloom from the end of May onwards. The July sown plants wintered in frames will bloom towards the end of June. To ensure in every case a continued bloom, it is necessary to remove the spikes when finished flowering, as the production of seed soon exhausts the plants. In all cases where Antirrhinums are required for bedding, it is a good plan to pinch off the top of the main shoot when three or four inches tall to induce a bushy branching habit. If long spikes of bloom are required for exhibition work, or conservatory decoration, the plants must not be pinched.