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Mar, Apr, May
Perennials, Herb/Forb, Herb, Native Plant, Wildflower
Blue phlox has loose clusters of slightly fragrant, tubular, lilac to rose to blue flowers (to 1.5" wide) with five, flat, wedge-shaped, notched, petal-like lobes that appear at the stem tips in spring. Its stamens are recessed. Stems are both hairy and sticky. The five petals are various shades of sky blue to violet. Flowers bloom from April to May., Normally blue, lavender, or white., Flowers up to 1 inch across
Fruit displays from March to July.
Showy, attractive, colorful blooms for the perennial garden.