Apart from the shape of the individual flowers, this could hardly look more different from Kellogg’s Snapdragon (Antirrhinum kelloggii, see above). The plant is hairy, glandular, stout and sticky with tall spikes of pink flowers. It is often perennial, developing a dense, almost shrubby appearance. The flower spikes are “racemose”, producing flowers from the base of the spike upwards. The tubular flowers have a tan-brown withered area on the lower lip. Leaves are linear to lanceolate, < 6 cm in length. Formerly named Antirrhinum multiflorum, name changed in 2020.