Phlox divaricata, Wild Sweet William

A delightful Missouri native. In late spring loads of light blue, fragrant clusters of blossoms cover plants. Excellent for cutting. In the woodland garden it tends to reseed creating brilliant blankets of flowers. An outstanding variety that is a long-lived, ground cover. Butterflies and hummingbirds adore it.

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