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One “Phloxy Lady”


I had the opportunity to see some cool new plants on my recent trip to Costa Farms — as well as some favorites, such as this delightful annual phlox. This variety is ‘Phloxy Lady Pink’, and there’s a lot to be said for it: A nice, compact habit, loads of blooms, and great heat/drought tolerance (this species is native to Texas, so hot and dry isn’t a problem!).

Grow ‘Phloxy Lady’ and other varieties in full sun in well-drained soil. Don’t let them stay wet too long — that’s a surefire way to make these gorgeous plants sulk. Its compact habit makes this particular variety especially good in containers, too!

4 Responses to “ One “Phloxy Lady” ”

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  2. [...] of petunia. (Look at all of the colors they have in Potunia group!) Dummen is also the breeder of Phloxy Lady phlox, and had reprinted my recent blog post on poster next to their display of new Phloxy Lady [...]

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