Grow Garden Phlox for Jumbles of Fragrant Blooms

Garden phlox attracts bees, butterflies, and birds with its delicious scent. How to care for this lovely, aromatic flowering plant.

Look no farther for a fragrant, beautiful flower that attracts pollinators. Garden phlox's pink (or white!) All you need to know about adding this flower to your garden.  

All About Garden Phlox

Garden phlox, native to eastern thickets, thrives in most of the U.S. It brightens summer and fall garden borders in the middle or back. It also makes a great cut flower garden. 

Garden Phlox Flower Care

Dense blooms bloom from July to early autumn. Some cultivars of garden phlox are more resistant to powdery mildew. Thin half the new stems in April to improve airflow and reduce mildew danger.

White or pink blooms attract pollinators equally. Hummingbirds, bees, and butterflies love the aromatic flowers. It's ideal for butterfly gardens.

Benefits of Growing Garden Phlox

You can include many varieties of this flower in your yard. Candy Stripes is a playful design with striking contrasts, while Mother of Pearl is stunning  

Garden Phlox Cultivars To Try

with layers of blush pink flowers. One thing that sets glowing white David apart is its tolerance to powdery mildew.  

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