These dwarf phlox with their eye-catching 4" clusters of big, hot pink 1½" florets with blazing fire-red eyes make a strong impact in the garden. Plant them in a border, and drink in their sheer beauty.
Plant in full sun to part shade after danger of frost. Site plants where there is good air
circulation to reduce incidence of powdery mildew. Avoid overhead watering and divide clumps
before plants get overly crowded. Remove old flower stalks to avoid self-Sowing and encourage
reblooming. Plants are intolerant of dry spells.
Harvesting Phlox (perennial)
Harvest phlox flowers when 1/3-1/2 of the flowers in a panicle are open.