Grow Garden Phlox for Jumbles of Fragrant Blooms 

Large clusters of fragrant white, pink, purple, and bi-color blooms are produced by garden phlox. These flowers provide a brilliant yard display.  

Abundant Blooms 

Phlox paniculata blooms from midsummer to early October, bringing weeks of color and scent. Its long bloom time keeps your garden fresh late in the season.  

Long Blooming Period 

Garden phlox blossoms attract butterflies, hummingbirds, and other pollinators with their lovely aroma. Phlox near outdoor chairs lets you enjoy its fragrant scent while resting in the garden.  


Garden phlox has many cultivars with varying flower colors, heights, and growth patterns. Phlox comes in pink, coral, and lavender blossoms.  

Variety of Cultivars 

Phlox paniculata grows easily in full sun to light shade and well-drained soil. Once planted, it can tolerate dryness and many soil types.  

Easy to Grow 

Garden phlox attracts bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds with its aromatic blossoms. Phlox in your yard supports pollinators and biodiversity.  

Attracts Pollinators 

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