Phlox paniculata ‘Robert L Poore’
This fantastic plant starts blooming in late spring and keeps right on going through mid-summer. Plants with vibrant colors instead of pale or white flowers show their age more attractively. Phlox grows best in a bright sunny well-drained location. Good ventilation helps prevent powdery mildew, but fungicides are often needed to help control this problem.
|Size||3-4′ tall, 2′ wide|
|Native||Eastern North America|