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Phlox is a species of garden perennials that are native to North America. These tough perennials have become garden favorites for their blooms and durable plants. There are several species and may cultivars available in the nursery trade. Some prefer sun and others shade, some dry soil, some moist. Flowers colors can be blue, white, pink, mauve, purple, lilac, red, and multi-colored.
Creeping phlox is a great little groundcover for borders and rock gardens. The evergreen leaves are almost needle-like and look great all year long. Flowers bloom in spring, often ringing in the new growing season with their bright colors. They can be affected by over-watering and heavy soils. Deer may also browse the leaves. Hardy to Zone 3, the flowers can be multi-colored, white, pink, lilac, mauve, or red.
Garden phlox is one of the most used perennial garden plants. It is a favorite of many gardeners for its tall plants and fragrant blooms. The flowers are commonly used in bouquets and floral arrangements. Bees, butterflies and other pollinators are attracted to the large blooms. They come in a wide range of flower colors and plant sizes but typically grow from 2 to 6 fee tall. Many are prolific seeders and will spread quickly through the garden. The biggest nemesis of garden phlox is powdery mildew, but newer varieties are bred for resistance to the disease. Plants can be cut back in late fall after a freeze or in early spring before new growth emerges.
Woodland phlox is a sweet scented, low-growing, perennial native often found in open woodlands from the Great Plains to the east coast. This groundcover type phlox is hardy to Zone 3 and the flowers can range from true blue to pale purple. The plants can be used along borders in full sun to full shade and seem to have few problems. Plants should be cut back during the annual spring cleanup.
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