Cherry Caramel Phlox
Annual. (Phlox drummondii) Five-petaled flowers in varying shades of vanilla-white, cherry-red, and rich caramel tones. The overall effect is reminiscent of an antique painting. Long stems make this one suitable for cutting, and the color scheme is oh-so-sophisticated. Easy, carefree garden subject, flowering in late summer.
Sugar Stars Phlox
Annual. (Phlox drummondii) Fragrant blooms in an unusual range of colors for a Phlox—pale lavender to deep violet blue. White star-like centers and intricate contrasting striping complete the breathtaking vision of splendor. Bushy plants are incredible massed in borders, in front of walls, or of course for cutting gardens. Plants reach 2 feet in height, blooming over a very long season. Butterflies love them, too!
Twinkles Dwarf Mix Phlox
Annual. (Phlox drummondii) Deeply fringed or indented petal margins give the impression of far more than the 5 petals that are actually present. Diversity of streaks, stripes and zoning makes “Twinkles” really shine. Widest possible range of phlox colors, too! Compact plants rarely exceed 9 inches and are perfect for edging. Makes a superior container variety, when situated so that the intricate details of each unique flower can be appreciated up close.