Light Needs:
Light needs: Partial Sun
Partial to full sun
Watering Needs:
Water needs: High
Needs wet or constantly moist soil.
Average Landscape Size:
Average Landscape Size
Compact, low growing with sturdy stems 12 to 20 in. tall.
Key Feature:
Key Feature
Compact Habit
Blooms:
Flowering Time
Summer
Plant type:Perennial
Deciduous/evergreen:Herbaceous
Growth habit:Compact
Growth rate:Moderate
Average landscape size:Compact, low growing with sturdy stems 12 to 20 in. tall.
Foliage color:Green
Blooms:Summer
Flower color:Red
Garden styleCottage
Patent Act:Asexual reproduction of plants protected by the Plant Patent Act is prohibited during the life of the patent.
Design IdeasRobust phlox is essential to the traditional perennial border. Compact Volcano varieties are dense dabs of color for high profile foundation planting or to spot into mixed beds for excitement. Old fashioned looks are perfect for cottage gardens both in country or colonial style. Plant along white picket fences for air circulation. An essential for the cutting garden or use to call attention to garden art and fountains.
Care Information
Follow a regular watering schedule during the first growing season to establish a deep, extensive root system. For a neat appearance, remove old foliage before new leaves emerge. Divide clumps every 2 to 3 years in early spring.
Light Needs:
Light needs: Partial Sun
Partial to full sun
Watering Needs:
Water needs: High
Needs wet or constantly moist soil.
History:
This very large genus of perennial garden flowers falls into its the Polemoniceae, which contains roughly 13 genera. Of the 50 different species of both annual and perennial flowers, only one is Siberian and the remainder are North American natives. It is found in fertile bottomlands and meadows of the east from New York to Arkansas and Georgia. This is the common garden phlox with many hybrids and colors often listed under P. paniculata. The Volcano series is actually built upon a very old disease resistant strain the remained sequestered in Eastern Europe until its recent rediscovery. The Dutch hybridizing firm of Bartels Stek began breeding which resulted in the Volcano hybrids introduced by Anthony Tesslaar International for 2004.
Lore:
The Volcano series is actually built upon a very old disease resistant strain the remained sequestered in Eastern Europe until its recent rediscovery.