One of the most imposing border plants, Phlox paniculata produce a clustered mass of beautiful orange flowers above dense simple foliage. Planted in groups of three or more they are an impressive sight. With their beautiful scent and single flowers they are highly attractive to butterflies and bees and make a good cut flower. For best results plant out in full sun, although they will tolerate dappled shade, in fertile, moist soils. First grade loose roots supplied. First grade loose rooted plants supplied.
Plant in prepared soil, with a hole large enough to firmly hold the roots.
Plant in half-shade
Plant in full sun
Suitable for containers
Excellent cut flower
Flowering Time (July-September)