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Searching for unique sun perennials? Phlox flowers make the perfect addition to both professional landscapes and home gardens with their unique spikes filled with petite florets. These versatile flowers are easy to care for and emit a lovely fragrance. Explore our selection of phlox varieties below!

Phlox Flowers for Sale from K. van Bourgondien

Perfect for filling out a sunny site with rich, bright color and a heady, lingering perfume, phlox flowers make quite an exhibition in the landscape. Also known as phlox paniculata, this versatile plant is easy to grow and a snap to maintain. Upright spikes filled with tiny florets emerge quickly and last for weeks. We offer a range of phlox varieties, from creeping phlox to garden phlox, to fit your particular landscaping needs.

Which Phlox Flowers Should I Buy?

When choosing phlox flowers to buy, consider their size, color, bloom times and where you'd like to plant them. Creeping phlox and garden phlox are some of the most popular varieties, but phlox flowers are available in a wide range of colors and sizes. Phlox plants are the beginner gardener's best friend, as they are easy to grow, very durable, and don't require much attention or care.

How To Plant Phlox Flowers

Plant your phlox in humus-enriched, moist, well-drained soil in full sun to partial shade. Space 24" apart. In spring, thin new shoots to 4-6 stems. Deadhead to keep the plant vigorous. Water deeply during periods of drought. Avoid wetting the foliage; Phlox flowers can be susceptible to powdery mildew. Divide your phlox plants every 2-3 years in early fall. Replant only small, strong outer divisions. Phlox flowers will grow 36- 60" tall and bloom in June-September. Hardy in zones 3-8.
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