Botanical Name: Phlox divaricata 'Clouds of Perfume'
Height: 12 inches.
Spacing: 8" - 12".
Depth: Plant with the crown of the plant 1" below the soil surface.
Spread: 12 inches.
Sun/Shade: Partial shade to full shade.
Color: Powder to ice-blue flowers.
Foliage: Lance shaped semi-evergreen foliage with tall slender stems.
Form: Matted, spreading.
Flower Form: Single 5 petaled Â¾" - 1" wide flowers.
Soil Requirements: Average to moist, rich humus soil.
Growth Rate: Medium growth.
Pruning: Can have problems with powdery mildew- provide good air circulation.
Comments: Very fragrant native woodland phlox. Attractive to butterflies & hummingbirds. Spreads slowly to form as dense cover. Good planted under shrubs as a ground cover.
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