A large garden Phlox with large trusses of white flowers.
full to some shade, especially in the hot afternoon sun, some shade will help the deep colors last longer
average, doesn't like dry, water early in the day to help prevent mildew
Soil & Site
large trusses, white, tubular 5 petals
green, opposite, lance-shaped
3-5 by 1-2 feet (H-S), upright
grow plants where there is good air circulation to help avoid an onset of mildew, water early to allow the foliage to dry, water at the base when possible, dead head to promote more flowers and to prevent volunteer seedlings, the seedling will not be true to the cultivar type and usually are a magenta color, if needed spray with a fungicide, dead heading helps eliminate volunteer seedlings
stem cuttings, root cuttings, easy by division in the spring, will not come true from seed
Introduced in 1970.
My sister lives in South Range Wisconsin which is zone 4. This Phlox has been in her garden for many years and shows little powdery mildew. The flowers are bright white and were stunning in mid August (2014).