White phlox plants - garden perennials

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I've decided that I already have enough phlox plants in my beds, so I've dug up some which now need new homes. Phlox grows to about 1 m tall and quickly forms a good clump. It has pointed dark green leaves and clusters of white flowers in late spring, early summer. You can do the Chelsea chop (cut some of the stems down by a third in May) to prolong the flowering period. It seems to be a fairly unfussy plant. It wilts a little in prolonged dry spells, but soon recovers. It dies down in the autumn, but new growth starts to come through almost straight away. Please take as many of my plants off my hands as you can! We're in Bourton-on-the-Water.


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