Flower in garden
Hello MariaElena! I think this is Antirrhinum (Antirrhinum majus), commonly known as dragon flowers or snapdragons.
It is called like that because flowers resemble the face of a dragon that opens and closes its mouth when squeezed.
The word “antirrhinum” is derived from the Greek ἀντίρρινον antirrhinon “calf’s snout, Antirrhinum Orontium” which in turn is derived from ἀντί anti “against, like”, and ῥίς rhis “nose” thus, possibly “noselike”, possibly referring to the noselike capsule in its mature state. 🙂