Also known as
Spotted Phlox, Wild Sweet-William, Northern Meadow Phlox
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Meadow Phlox Overview
This is an upright perennial, it produces pink or lavender flowers with oval-leaved foliage. It will grow to a height of 3ft and will make a good choice for the middle of the perennial border.
How to propagate Meadow Phlox
Propagate rock and hybrids by basal cuttings from non-flowering shoots in spring or summer. Root cuttings in winter.
Species can be increased by seed in autumn or spring. Annuals can be propagated by seed in spring.
P.maculata, P.paniculata and their cultivators should be propagated by division in early spring.
Other uses of Meadow Phlox
Border, fragrance, rock garden, cutting bed