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paniculata, maculata and carolina growing in the garden.

Phlox are one of the prominent plants in Lyn's cottage garden.
This is what Lyn has to say about them.

Phlox may well be considered to be 'Old fashioned' but not to me. They give real value with flower power and lovely scent.
Colours available are pretty varied too.
Some of the paniculata get the 'Chelsea chop' in late spring to stagger their first flowering.
The carolina are the first to come into bloom in early summer.
Phlox can be difficult to obtain as potted plants, and if you buy mail order, you don't always receive what you asked for.
If you remove the dead heads after first flowering, on the paniculata you can get a smaller secondary flowering which keeps going till late September and into October."

* Chelsea chop = cutting the tops of the new growth out, to delay flowering.

 Larger pictures and details of the Phlox can be seen in our Guide to plants in our garden or watch our slide show of Phlox  Here

Phlox paniculata Blue BoyPhlox paniculata Blue ParadisePhlox maculata Brighteyes
Phlox maculata DeltaPhlox paniculata EuropaPhlox paniculata Red Admiral
Phlox carolina MagnificencePhlox paniculata Miss MaryPhlox paniculata Starfire
Phlox carolina Miss LingardPhlox maculata NataschaPhlox paniculata Brigadier
Phlox paniculata AmethystPhlox paniculata DusterlohePhlox maculata Monica Lynden Bell
Phlox paniculata UspekhPhlox paniculata Eva CullumPhlox paniculata Franz Shubert
Phlox paniculata Becky TowePhlox paniculata DavidPhlox paniculata Discovery
Phlox paniculata Lilac TimePhlox paniculata Pink Eye FlamePhlox paniculata Little Princess
Phlox paniculata LauraPhlox paniculata Junior DreamPhlox paniculata Peppermint twist
Phlox paniculata Velvet FlamePhlox paniculata Junior BoquetPhlox paniculata Harlequin
Phlox paniculata Mount Fuji