A must-have plant for the pollinator garden! This U.S native found in TN has more powdery mildew resistance than any human guided breeding program has yet acheived. It produces large masses of small lavender-pink flowers from July to October. Winning the #1 spot in the Mt. Cuba Phlox trials, it was blanketed in butterflies during our visit while the rest of the Phlox were ignored! When you smell its sweet, spicy fragrance you'll see why. Its tall stature makes it more suited for back of the border.
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