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Phlox divaricata, commonly called woodland phlox, is a spreading, native wildflower which forms mats of foliage with stems typically reaching 12-15" tall. This is a woodland species which occurs in rich woods, fields and along streams. Loose clusters of slightly fragrant, tubular, lilac to blue flowers appear at the stem tips in spring. Stems are both hairy and sticky. Can form large colonies over time as leafy shoots spread along the ground rooting at the nodes.
Type: Herbaceous perennialZone: 3 to 8Height: 0.75 to 1.00 feetSpread: 0.50 to 1.00 feetBloom Time: MayBloom Description: Lavender, maroon eyeSun: Part shade to full shadeWater: Dry to mediumMaintenance: MediumSuggested Use: NaturalizeFlower: Showy, FragrantAttracts: Hummingbirds, ButterfliesTolerate: Deer, Drought, Heavy Shade, Clay Soil, Dry Soil