Angelonia, native to Mexico and the West Indies, is commonly called summer snapdragon due to the appearance of its delicate-looking flowers. As an annual landscape plant, Angelonia has a tall, upright habit reaching up to 18 inches in height. Full bloom spikes cover the plant, giving it a rich color. The foliage is fragrant, smelling a bit like apples, which makes it excellent for cut flowers since the scent remains, even after being indoors for a while. Angelonia makes a good bedding plant, so your customers may want to use it in borders, but it can also be planted in pots and even window boxes.