Phlox paniculata is a wonderful summer plant for its bold, colorful flower heads that cover the plant from July through August. The fragrant flowers attract butterflies, hummingbirds and make wonderful cut flowers.
It grows in full sun to part shade and prefers rich, moist, well-drained soils. Remove faded blooms to extend blooming time.

In photo left to right, top – bottom:
‘Blue Paradise’ – Blue/purple flowers that vary in color with the intensity of the sun. Early morning and late day light bring out the blue tones while the mid day sun brings out lilac tones. The foliage is strong and very mildew resistant reaching 40″ in height.
‘Nicky’ – Beautiful vibrant-magenta. fragrant flowers atop mildew resistant foliage reaching 30-30″ in height.
‘Glamour Girl’– Hot coral-pink flowers on strong purple stems with mildew resistant green leaves. Plants reach 30-36″.
‘David’ – Enormous heads of white flowers on mildew resistant 30-36″ plants.


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