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Flame® PRO White Phlox

SKU: AM017975
per Plant - 3" Pot
No longer available this season.
Flame® PRO White Phlox offers all of the flower power of its bigger cousins, but in a compact, manageable size. In mid-to-late summer, pure white panicles of star-shaped blossoms top the strong 12-18” stems, attracting butterflies, bees, and moths. The deep green lanceolate foliage of White Flame PRO® provides a backdrop for this native stunner, and shows strong mildew resistance. Pure white flowers on tall stems make beautiful cut flowers, and deadheading will encourage more blooming. An excellent option for small gardens and tight spaces, or anywhere you’d like to add a bright spot in a sunny garden! (Phlox paniculata)
key features
Botanical Name
Phlox paniculata Flame® PRO White
Growing Zones
Zone 3, Zone 4, Zone 5, Zone 6, Zone 7, Zone 8, Zone 9
Bee Friendly, Attracts Butterflies, Attracts Hummingbirds, Deer Resistant, Easy To Grow, Cut Flowers, Fragrant, Mass Plantings, Container Planting, Small Spaces
Light Requirements
Full Sun
Mature Height
12-18" tall
Bloom Time
Mid to late summer


Flame® PRO White Phlox emerges fairly early in the spring garden with bushy, deep green lanceolate foliage. In mid-summer, panicles of tubular white flowers top this sun-loving native perennial. Bred for its compact size and increased mildew resistance, White Flame PRO® Phlox is no less stunning in the garden than phlox twice its size. Those beautiful native flowers act as magnets for pollinators and allow gardeners with smaller gardens to enjoy traditional phlox abundance without the staking – or size! Plant White Flame PRO® Phlox in a sunny position in moisture retentive but well-draining soils near the front of a garden bed. Phlox are heavy feeders and appreciate rich soil and occasional fertilizing. White Flame PRO® Phlox can be planted in a part-sun location, but blooming will be reduced. When flower panicles fade, swiftly remove them to encourage the plant to continue producing blossoms, and cut the entire plant back in the late autumn or early spring to prepare for next year’s show.