This terrific phlox is guaranteed to give you the blues-large masses of violet blue flowers all summer long. It grows 24” to 30” tall and produces large clusters of fragrant flowers. Great for cutting and a long-blooming subject in the perennial border. Plant with other colors of phlox for dramatic effect. Plant in full sun or light shade. #1 grade bareroot plants.
Bright Eyes phlox has delicate blooms of light pink with a prominent red eye.
One of the best for colorful borders. David is a standout among phlox hybrids. It is of moderate height-24 inches to 30 inches tall-and is covered through months of summer with enormous clusters of pure, shining white flowers. Combines with any color to provide contrast. Use in borders or anywhere you want to fill in your landscape with long-lasting color. Attracts birds and butterflies to your garden and is excellent for cutting. #1 grade bareroot plants.
Eva Cullum is exceptional in every way. Its flowers are fragrant. Its colors are crisp and clear. And Eva Cullum blooms continuously all summer. Big clusters of bright pink flowers with deep pink centers are carried on sturdy 2-foot to 4-foot stems. Eva is quite mildew resistant by phlox standards, will adapt to clay soils, and both butterflies and hummingbirds find her flowers irresistible. A great choice for foundation plantings or placing at the back of a mixed border—anywhere you want fresh, bright color all summer.
Extremely showy, fragrant flowers, deep purple with white star centers. Plants grow 3’ to 4’ tall, 2’ to 3’ wide. Blooms over a long period, mid-to-late summer. Plant in full sun or light shade. Very easy care.
Wonderfully compact and delightfully fragrant. Plant them in beds and borders, along walkways, and in containers for color on porches, patios and decks. They’re a sweetly scented, long-lasting addition to indoor bouquets, too. This special mix features a range of colors, from white to pink to deep purple – some have more prominent eyes for a dazzling bi-color effect.
If it’s color you want, Orange Perfection will provide it with large clusters of a dark orange blossoms on 2- to 3-foot plants. An early blooming variety, it opens first flowers in early summer and then just keeps on blooming. It will attract bees and butterflies to your garden and paint your landscape with extravagant swaths of color. We ship #1 division that assure growing success in your garden.
Starfire phlox is prized for their striking flower clusters with a lovely fragrance. Starfire is extremely hardy and blooms profusely all summer long.
Fragrant clusters of snowy white blooms cover these hardy plants throughout spring. A cottage garden classic, the ‘Flame’ series is improved by a shorter stature and mildew resistance. Plants grow only a foot tall, which makes this Phlox exceptionally versatile. Add it to perennial beds and borders, where it will attract butterflies and other beneficial insects. It’s especially suited to container plantings – its color is a perfect foil to any other. Sweetly scented cut flowers are long lasting in arrangements. Our #1 divisions are shipped for fall planting – order now to ensure you’ll have these eye-catching plants blooming…
I have a Karen Triplett Rhoda and it does not bloom. It has bloomed in the past but probably not for a past several years. Not sure what I need to do? It's in well drained soil has morning and late afternoon sun. It has healthy looking leaves. Any suggestions?