Day 233: Phlox

“Phlox are perennials and a favorite choice among wildflowers. These plants sport many star-shaped, colorful flowers when in bloom. Because there are so many varieties, you can find a type of phlox for almost any garden. They are easy to care for and low maintenance. Add some phlox to any bouquet for some nice fragrance.” To read more click here

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  2. ….such a gorgeous image of such a gorgeous perennial. I have both the Spring and Summer varieties, and they both add so much to the bed. The Summer Phlox is most appreciated for blooming at a time when many of the others are through–that difficult period mid-August and end of Summer. So many of the blooms which open at that time of year are hot orange or dayglow yellow and the Phlox’s violets and mauves and whites are wonderful–plus, they are fragrant! Beautiful photographs, Jackie.


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