Native to Northern California, this phlox relative somewhat resembles annual phlox (Phlox drummondii), bearing heads of inch-wide, pink-tinged white or lavender-pink blossoms with yellow throats. Good cut flower. Plant grows to 2 ft. tall and 1 ft. wide. Sow seeds in fall or earliest spring. In cooler areas, needs little or no water for spring bloom; in warmer regions, give occasional irrigation.
Native to Siberia, China, and Japan. Stems first spread, then grow upright, forming a clump 1 1/2 ft. ...
Hardy flowering perennial from Europe and western Asia. Grows to 5 ft. tall in bloom, spreading to 4 f...
Lavender flowers precede foliage that opens pink, matures to lime and gold, then shades to green.