Gorgeous, fragrant white flowers in late summer
Phlox have always been country garden favourites for their delicious scent and attraction to butterflies and bees. This new variety has gorgeous trusses of hydrangea-like, pure white flowers which appear from July to November above dark green leaves. It is a showy perennial that forms a natural mound and looks wonderful planted near patios or paths where the scent of the flowers can be fully appreciated. It will tolerate full sun or partial shade, but like all phlox, does not like soil that dries out in summer. This vigorous variety has good resistance to powdery mildew too.
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