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- Tall Phlox - Phlox paniculata Hardy Planting Zones- 4-8 Sun or Shade – Full Sun to Part Shade Mature Height - 24-48" Mature Width- 24-36" Bloom Season – Summer (July to September) Gardener Status- Beginner
Tall Phlox - Phlox Paniculata
Tall Phlox plants work great in natural areas and also to line sidewalks and driveways. Tall Phlox plants bloom from July through September and show off a lovely bloom. Tall Phlox plants are gorgeous and bright white and have a fantastic fragrance to them. Tall Phlox plants also attract bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds. Tall Phlox plants grow well in various soils and even in moist and well-drained soils. Gardens and landscapes that incorporate a flow of color make an impressive presentation. Adding some taller, continuously flowering plants makes the vibrant display even more impressive. Tall Phlox plants will blend beautifully with ground cover, or stand out visually as an isolated specimen. From beautiful, sturdy stalks, reaching 2 ½ to over 3 feet tall, the plant blooms in great clusters.
Phlox plants Colors range from pure white, a perfect blend of multicolored ground covers, to a deep purple hue. An estimated 142 cultivated varieties are spanning the color spectrum of Phlox plants from a light pink to a deep red. Mixed in the same planting, these dramatic color variations can present a spectacular display. The Tall Phlox plants blooms can last many weeks, and Tall Phlox plants are a perennial species of beautiful flora, returning year after year. Many varieties also present a delightful aromatic scent. Tall Phlox plants vibrant color also seems to have the magnetism for butterflies, so there can be pollinated seed heads produced by late summer, into early fall. Tall Phlox plants are easy to grow in moderately fertile soil, and while they like moisture, Tall Phlox plants thrive in well-drained planters as well. Phlox plants benefit from a slight thinning of the stalks as the flower clusters become dense. These cuttings make fabulous additions to flower vases.