With a unique flower color not often found in nature, blooms opens a pale blue and darken to deep violet-blue with burgundy edges. Even during the day it seems to change color as the daylight changes. Birds, native bees and butterflies all love this native beauty's nectar! Powdery mildew tolerant.
Perfect as long lasting cut flowers
Drought tolerant once established
Easy to grow and powdery mildew tolerant
Flower color is unique among Garden Phlox
Butterflies, bees and hummingbirds love its bloom
Strong stems seldom need staking like other Phlox
Fertile bottomlands and meadows from New York to Illinois south to Missouri, Arkansas, and Georgia.
Powdery mildew looks like a light dusting of powder on the leaves and commonly plagues Phlox. Good airflow and avoiding wet foliage at night will help the plant combat this disease. Plant in airy, full sun for the healthiest plants.
Prefers moderately moisture, well-drained soil in full sun to light shade. Performs best in full sun. Needs good air circulation to help combat potential powdery mildew problems.