Potted Phlox Bright Eyes Hardy Garden Summer Flowering Perennial Plant

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POTTED PHLOX BRIGHT EYES HARDY GARDEN SUMMER FLOWERING PERENNIAL PLANT                   

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“PHLOX PANICULATA” BRIGHT EYES

  • TYPE                                  READY POTTED
  • SIZE                                    9 CM POT
  • STAGE                                ESTABLISHED PLANT
  • CATEGORY                        “PHLOX PANICULATA”
  • VARIETY                             “BRIGHT EYES”
  • DESCRIPTION                    TWO-TONE FLOWER-HEADS OF SOFT PINK BLOOMS STARRED WITH A ROSY-RED EYE
  • MAIN PICTURE                   ACTUAL PLANT IN THE NURSERY
  • HEIGHT                               80 CM
  • QUANTITY PER UNIT         1

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

ALREADY POTTED IN 9 CM POTS AND ROOT SYSTEM AND FOLIAGE ESTABLISHED. EACH POT MAKES A LOVELY DISPLAY AND CAN BE EITHER LEFT IN POTS OR TAKEN OUT AND USED TO ADD COLOUR TO LARGER CONTAINERS, OR BORDERS.

Very Large Clusters Of Two-Tone Flower-heads Of Soft Pink Blooms Starred With A Rosy-Red Eye This Well-Branched, Bushy, Dwarf Cultivar Also Has Dark Green Leaves With Good Mildew Resistance. It Offers Good Garden Performance.

Garden Phlox Is One Of Those Old-Fashioned Garden Flowers. It Is A Hardy, Herbaceous Perennial That Originates From Eastern North America. The Name Phlox Is Derived From The Greek Word For Flame. The Upright, Bushy Plant Produces Enormous, Conical Panicles (Flower Clusters Along A Stem) Of Colourful Flowers In Mid-Summer. The Individual Flowers Are Five-Petaled, Tubular And Those Of “Bright Eyes” Are Two-Toned-Pink. The Fragrant Blooms Will Continue To Appear Into Late Summer And Early Autumn. Especially If Deadheaded And Are Highly Attracted To Butterflies.

Plant Garden Phlox In Sites With Full To Partial Sun And Fertile, Evenly Moist Soil With An Average To Good Drainage This Phlox Has A Number Of Garden Uses. It Is A Major Butterfly Lure, The Flowers Are Great For Cutting And Look Pretty In Informal Wildflower Bouquets And It Is Ideal For Flower Gardens And Container Culture. It Makes A Tremendous Colour Statement In The Garden. It Is Also A Good Selection For Inclusion In A Bird Garden. The Last Requirement Is That Plants Should Be Divided And Reset Every 3-4 Years In Early Spring Or Autumn.

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