Sure to be one of your favorites, is the stunningly beautiful Phlox ‘Natascha’, with its unique floral pattern – a combination of white and pale lavender-pink radiant flowers. This exquisite beauty has flared disc-like flowers that are reminiscent of the paper windmills children make. The flowers are so striking that it warrants a closer look and certainly a spot in your garden! ‘Natasha’ is not only beautiful on 24″ stems (just asking to be cut!), this variety is also very mildew resistant (a problem in some high humidity areas).
Garden phlox is a staple of the perennial border. Phlox ‘paniculata’ have large fragrant flowers in large, dense pyramidal clusters. Provides unsurpassed flowering in summer, clear crisp colors and flowers in profusion. Phlox are showy, clump-forming perennials that are easy to grow and look spectacular in borders or mass plantings. Best grown in well-drained soil. Mixes well with other perennials and provides long summer bloom. Regardless of flower color, garden phlox is attractive to hummingbirds and is a good selection for inclusion in a bird garden. Remove flowers when faded. Lift and divide every three or four years to prevent crowding. Good fresh cut flower. Great in borders, rock gardens, formal beds, and meadows.