Prairie Phlox (Phlox pilosa)
Prairie Phlox can vary in color and may appear white, dark purple, or pink. The flower is a pollinator favorite, especially with butterflies.
The flowers are often confused with Dame’s rocket, a non-native invasive plant. However, the two can be easily differentiated by the number of petals. Phlox has five petals and Dames Rocket has four.
Plants are currently sold in quart-sized recycled plastic pots donated to our nursery by community members
July, June, May
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