- Garden Phlox -Phlox paniculata Hardy Planting Zones - 3-8 Sun or Shade – Full Sun to Part Shade Mature Height - 24"-48" Mature Width - 24"-36" Bloom Season – Summer Gardener Status - Medium
Phlox Paniculata Plants
Phlox Paniculata Plants is very pretty and bright when they are in bloom and brings lots of color to a garden and lawn. They are great in partial sunlight and partial shade. They grow in areas and gardens where the soils are moist and well drained and can also do great in dry soil conditions. They display a beautiful bloom during April, May and June and some can be pink or lilac in color. These plants grow in a clump, and the flowers appear in small clusters on these plants.Phlox paniculata are perennial flowering plants that are cultivated the world over thanks to the beauty they can bring to any garden. The plants come in a number of varieties that can result in blooms of different shades of white, pink, red, indigo, or violet. They typically bloom in July or August, and their bloom lasts through September. In addition to the beauty of their colorful blooms, these plants tend to attract butterflies and hummingbirds to your garden, and their flowers are quite fragrant. They are low maintenance, with no special care required, and can multiply. They divide in the fall and spring. If allowed to self-seed, their bloom can change to a violet or rose color. If you are looking for a highly aesthetic and popular addition to your garden, a few phlox paniculatas could be what you're looking for. Their stunning blooms that span a spectrum of colors are only complimented by their ability to attract butterflies and hummingbirds. In addition, they are very low maintenance and can propagate themselves, which can even lead to color changes and a new plant.