Specie: P. paniculata
Garden Phlox, Jacob's Ladder
Name in Latin: Polemoniaceae
Name in English: Phlox Family
Origin: from Greek "flame" Native to the eastern United States, extensively cultivated.
Growth Habit: grown upright
Flower: fragrant ( sweet) showy star- like clusters at stem apex. Pale blue, violet, pink . bright red, or white.
Blooming Period: June to November
Leaf: ovate lance-shaped
Care and Handling
Lasting Quality: 3-7 days
Amount of water: moderate
Nutrition: flower preservative
Special handling: condition well
prone to mildew. Fragrant. Phlox can be propagated from stem cuttings.