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Plants Matching phlox divaricata

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Image of Phlox divaricata photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Wild Blue Phlox, Woodland Phlox)

Wild blue phlox is a spreading, spring-blooming perennial that originates from eastern North America, from Quebec all the way down to Florida and Texas. Lots of variation exists in the appearance, hardiness and cultural needs of wild populations. Northerly stock tends to be completely herbaceous, while southern populations often produce fully evergreen mats of foliage. In the wild, this woodland wildflower tends to favor prairies, meadows and moist, open forests.

Mats of fresh, spreading foliage...

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James Burghardt

(Wild Blue Phlox, Woodland Phlox)

Bearing exceptionally large, full clusters of violet-blue flowers, 'Blue Moon' is an outstanding wild blue phlox ideal for naturalistic wooded gardens. The rounded, sweetly fragrant flowers are borne in open clusters atop upright or splayed stems. Plants creep slowly to form clumps of oval, semi-evergreen leaves.

Wild blue phlox is a spreading, spring-blooming perennial that originates from eastern North America, from Quebec all the way down to Florida and Texas. Lots of variation exists in...

(Wild Blue Phlox, Woodland Phlox)

The compact wild blue phlox, 'Clouds of Perfume', is named for the powerfully sweet fragrance of its pale sky-blue flowers. The rounded, sweetly fragrant flowers are borne in open clusters atop upright or splayed stems. Plants creep slowly to form clumps of oval, semi-evergreen leaves.

Wild blue phlox is a spreading, spring-blooming perennial that originates from eastern North America, from Quebec all the way down to Florida and Texas. Lots of variation exists in the appearance, hardiness and...

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TL

(Wild Blue Phlox, Woodland Phlox)

Prized for its prolific display of snowy flowers, 'Fuller's White' offers large clusters of fragrant flowers in spring. These appear atop compact, spreading plants with semi-evergreen foliage.

Wild blue phlox is a spreading, spring-blooming perennial that originates from eastern North America, from Quebec all the way down to Florida and Texas. Lots of variation exists in the appearance, hardiness and cultural needs of wild populations. Northerly stock tends to be completely herbaceous, while...

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Jessie Keith

(Wild Blue Phlox, Woodland Phlox)

The vigorous wild blue phlox, 'London Grove' is a highly compact form that bears open clusters of fragrant, violet-blue blossoms in spring. The plants naturalize by spreading roots, which slowly creep outward to form clumps of egg-shaped, slightly hairy, evergreen leaves that turn burgundy shades in winter.

Wild blue phlox is a spreading, spring-blooming perennial that originates from eastern North America, from Quebec all the way down to Florida and Texas. Lots of variation exists in the appearance,...

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Marian Keith

(Wild Blue Phlox, Woodland Phlox)

Admired for the rich violet blue color of its starry, fragrant flowers, 'Louisiana' is a compact, vigorous wild blue phlox that was originally selected from wild populations. This spreading, spring-blooming perennial that originates from eastern North America, from Quebec all the way down to Florida and Texas. So, a lot of variation exists in wild populations, in appearance as well as hardiness and cultural tolerances. As the name suggests, 'Louisiana' was collected from more southerly stock, so...

(Wild Blue Phlox, Woodland Phlox)

The spectacular flowers of ‘Mary Helen’ are large, rich violet-blue and born in copious clusters in mid- to late-spring. Unlike other wild blue phlox, this cultivar has foliage that remains attractive after flowering and often remains evergreen through winter.

Wild blue phlox is a spreading, spring-blooming perennial that originates from eastern North America, from Quebec all the way down to Florida and Texas. Lots of variation exists in the appearance, hardiness and cultural needs of wild populations....

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James Burghardt

(Wild Blue Phlox, Woodland Phlox)

Selected by famed plantsman Piet Oudolf, 'May Breeze' bears clouds of highly fragrant, starry flowers of palest blue on strong stems early in spring. This phlox spreads by its roots, creeping slowly outward to form clumps of egg-shaped, slightly hairy, semi-evergreen leaves.

Wild blue phlox is a spreading, spring-blooming perennial that originates from eastern North America, from Quebec all the way down to Florida and Texas. Lots of variation exists in the appearance, hardiness and cultural...

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Marian Keith

(Plum Perfect Phlox, Wild Blue Phlox)

Lovely, delicate, dark-eyed flowers of plum purple cover ‘Plum Perfect’ in mid-spring. The plants naturalize by spreading roots, which slowly creep outward to form clumps of egg-shaped, slightly hairy, evergreen leaves.

Wild blue phlox is a spreading, spring-blooming perennial that originates from eastern North America, from Quebec all the way down to Florida and Texas. Lots of variation exists in the appearance, hardiness and cultural needs of wild populations. Northerly stock tends to be completely...

Image of Phlox divaricata ssp. laphamii photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Wild Blue Phlox, Woodland Phlox)

Wild blue phlox is a low spring-blooming herbaceous perennial from eastern and central North America. It bears clouds of starry blue or white flowers on upright or splayed stems. The flowers are often sweetly fragrant. Occuring in the western part of woodland phlox's native range, the subspecies laphamii bears flowers that lack the notched petal tips typical of other forms. Plants creep slowly to form clumps of oval semi-evergreen leaves. Self-sowing often occurs if plants are not deadheaded....