Today's Garden Phlox are not your grandmother's Phlox... They are shorter, mildew resistant and bloom for a much longer time. Most will readily rebloom if the dead flowers are removed.
Some of the newer cultivars include:
These dwarf phlox only grow 10-12" tall, yet still have the large flower heads. Blooms earlier than other garden phlox and will often rebloom. Mildew resistant. Watch for more colors to be developed in this series.
This group of Phlox paniculata starts blooming two weeks before other garden phlox. They will often bloom again later in the summer. All Early Start® Phlox top out at about 16" in height. Colors available: light pink, pink, velvet purple and red.
This taller variety has fragrant, hot coral blooms. Bright green foliage and dark stems contrast well with the pink blooms. 'Glamour Girl' is disease resistant and will rebloom several times over the summer and fall.
Glamour Girl PPAF - pink blooms with dark stems, 32" ht. (#5587)