When you think of Phlox, many of us think of the pink or purple mounds of flowers that appear in April. You might even think about the tall garden-type Phlox that bloom in the summer and fill the air with their sweet fragrance. But did you know that there are many other species and hybrids of Phlox that can give you color all season long? Plant these 6 types of Phlox in your perennial garden to enjoy the bounteous blooms all season long.
This gem of the April garden comes in many colors. Growing to only 3-6 inches high and spreading 2-3 feet, moss phlox are perfect for the edge of the perennial garden and pair perfectly with tulips, daffodils and other spring bulbs.