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  1. Phlox Blue Paradise

    'Blue Paradise' Phlox is noted for its unique, true blue blooms that deepen to violet under the heat of the midday sun and fade back to their original color again by nightfall. The c...

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    Blue Paradise Phlox Garden Phlox Blue Paradise Phlox paniculata Blue Paradise
    $14.98
    Per Plant - 2" Pot
    'Blue Paradise' Phlox is noted for its unique, true blue blooms that deepen to violet under the heat of the midday sun and fade back to their original color again by nightfall. The changing blooms are not only a joy to the eyes, but are also highly fragrant and attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds. Strong, lush foliage that's very resistant to mildew is another hallmark. (Phlox paniculata)
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  2. Blue Phlox Blue Flame, Phlox paniculata, Garden Phlox

    'Blue Flame' Phlox delivers gorgeous blue blooms on bushy, compact plants. Very fragrant, each colorful bud starts out a deep shade of indigo and slowly opens to reveal petals of bar...

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    Blue Flame Phlox Blue Flame® Garden Phlox (Patent Pending) Phlox paniculata Blue Flame® (Patent Pending)
    $11.98
    Per Plant - 2" Pot
    'Blue Flame' Phlox delivers gorgeous blue blooms on bushy, compact plants. Very fragrant, each colorful bud starts out a deep shade of indigo and slowly opens to reveal petals of barely-there blue surrouding violet centers. A dwarf variety, 'Blue Flame' is very resistant to powdery mildew and makes a fine choice for containers and small spaces. (Phlox paniculata)
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Phlox

Long flowering, sun-loving plants bring bold color for weeks

Garden Phlox brings lasting, mid summer color to the landscape on tall, thick columns of flowers, and are some of the easiest perennials to grow. They establish quickly with full sun, and are known for their pleasant vanilla-clove fragrance. Just a few phlox will add major color to your whole garden. Most varieties today are both deer and mildew resistant. Choose Creeping Phlox for a low-growing groundcover that spreads into a carpet of color, even over poor and rocky soils. Also deer and mildew resistant, spring-blooming Creeping Phlox tolerates drought at maturity.

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