'Blue Moon' Woodland Phlox blooms in April and May, producing large violet blue fragrant clumps of flowers on delicate stems. Phlox divaricata 'Blue Moon' is a particularly showy example of our native groundcover, naturalizing well in woodland settings. Do not cut back plant in fall, this could result in winter loss. Trims are best done after flowering in late spring. An introduction by the New England Wildflower Society.
PRN Preferred: Large violet blue flowers are fragrant, covering the low green foliage. A lovely woodland groundcover.
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Phlox divaricata Blue Moon #1 (NATIVE-violet-blue)