Phlox divaricata subsp. laphamii 'Chattahoochee'

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  • Common Name: Woodland Phlox
  • Plant Story:

    A spreading, low-growing phlox, Phlox divaricata subsp. laphamii 'Chattahoochee' features flat, tubular pale, lavender flowers with maroon throats. Plants are attractive to both hummingbirds and butterflies.

  • Type: Perennial Herbaceous
  • Bloom Season: Spring
  • Flower Color: Purple,Blue
  • Planting Zone: 3-8
  • Height: .75-1 ft
  • Spread: .5-1 ft
  • Light Requirements:Part Shade
  • Suggested Uses: Shade gardens and woodland gardens
  • Leaf: Not available
  • Edible: NO
  • Attracts to: Birds, Butterflies,
  • Plant Deer Resistant:Yes
  • Plant Potential Pests:Powdery mildew and spider mites
  • Form: Spreading
  • Special Care Instructions:

    Don't allow the soil to dry out. Cut back stems after flowering. Mulch in the summer.


Woodland Phlox - Additional Photos