Long-lived polycarpic perennial
English poet Fredegond Shove described the ephemeral nature of phlox in her poem The Water Mill. "The phloxes in the garden beds turn red, turn grey, with the time of day, and smell sweet in the dusk, then die away."
Source of plant
Lazy S's Farm Nursery
Coral star shaped fragrant flowers with white highlights and a deep magenta center give these sturdy blooms lots of dimension. Deep grass green, extremely mildew resistant foliage, makes the perfect canvas for saturated, long lasting blooms. This new selection is very well branched, and compact, to 24" x 24".
USDA Hardiness Zone