Mid-summer color for weeks and weeks, tall columns of fragrant flowers, and some of the easiest perennials to grow--just a few reasons you must have phlox, phlox, phlox. They grow quickly with full sun, and after a year or two, you'll be dividing your healthy perennial clumps. A few phlox add major color for your whole garden; it never fails. One of the most popular selections below, the famous Perennial Phlox David, is even mildew resistant. On top of that, the perennial plants give you huge, billowing clouds of white flowers. All our selections will quickly form big sturdy perennial plants for you, and you'll enjoy them for years.
Form the backbone of any good Perennial Garden with Phlox.
Phlox David is famous for huge, stunning white flowers, sweet fragrance and mildew-resistance. This heavy bloomer, like all Phlox, is extremely easy to grow and the true backbone of a perennial garden. (Phlox paniculata) More Details
From the Phlox Flame Series, Blue Flame’s gorgeous blue blooms are formed on compact foliage. This variety is known for being disease-resistant and boasts fragrant flowers. (Phlox paniculata) More Details
This easy-to-grow Phlox is a shorter variety, growing to be about 16-20” tall. Junior Dream is mildew-resistant and its deep violet blooms have hints of red and white. (Phlox paniculata) PP#16104 More Details
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