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.
Lavender flowers precede foliage that opens pink, matures to lime and gold, then shades to green.
These small daisies top tall plants that work well at the middle or back of a late-summer perennial bo...
Native to Asia. Only moderately spiny. Leaves are 2–3 ft. long, divided into toothed, stalkless,...