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Phlox paniculata ‘Eva Cullum’

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Features

  • BloomsJuly to September
  • Height0.6m to 0.85m
  • Spread0.4m to 0.65m
  • Growth HabitStalked clump
  • Flower ColourLight pink, dark pink spots
  • Leaf ColourGlossy green shades

Description

Phlox paniculata ‘Eva Cullum’ (Garden phlox). An upright evergreen bearing conical heads of light pink flowers, with dark pink central spots in mid summer. Has dark green, lance-shaped leaves.

Characteristics

Perennial, Evergreen, Shrub

Origin

United States

Interest and use

Border, fragrance, cutting bed

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Needs

  • LightFull sun
  • HardinessFully hardy (min -15°C)
  • SoilWell drained, Fertile, Humus-rich, Loamy
  • Soil pH5.0 to 7.0
  • WaterMoist

Cultivation

They will grow easily in temperate climates, though they will need a lot of water to help their growth. Give them fertile soil that drains well but remains moist and a sunny or partial-shaded location. You can propagate from seed or cuttings or by division.

Propagation

Lift and divide clumps

Pests, diseases or disorders

Watch out for red spider mite, eelworm and powdery mildew.

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