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Perennial PHLOX 'Red Riding Hood'

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195 of 248 Perennials

 Additional Information
Shipping Season April-October
SeedPoints Earned 25
Bloom Period July thru frost
Sun Exposure Full sun
Soil Type Well-drained
Avg. Height22 in.
Zone Range 4 to 8
Cannot Ship To AK, HI

PHLOX 'Red Riding Hood'

Tall Garden Phlox

Vivid clusters of fragrant, cherry-red flowers sit atop strong-stemmed plants from mid thru late summer. 'Red Riding Hood' is a compact variety which attracts butterflies and hummingbirds. It makes a tremendous color statement in the garden.

Phlox paniculata provide unsurpassed flowering in summer, clear crisp colors and fragrant flowers in profusion. Mildew can be a problem, but is easily controlled with a simple spray program. Preferring moist, humus-rich soil, Phlox can be divided every 3 - 5 years in spring or fall. Self sows prolifically but colors may not grow true to parent plant. Cut back by 1/2 in late spring/early summer to encourage more compact plants. Shear off after bloom, just above foliage to encourage more blooms. Snip off any winter-damaged shoots in spring. To allow for good air circulation, snip out all but 4 - 6 stems in mature clump.

This plant is considered deer resistant.

We ship larger plants than most leading mailorder nurseries. Ours are two year old plants in 5 1/4" containers.

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 Customer Reviews

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February 17, 2004  ********* 9
A gardener from Burlington, IA (Zone 5)

Very pretty red but not quite as prolic on flowering as some of the others I have. Very fragrant, though!

June 23, 2003  ********* 9
A gardener from Roeland Park, KS (Zone 5)

Phlox grow well in my area of Kansas. If not deadheaded, these will reseed and naturalize quickly. Very drought tolerant. No trouble to grow or maintain.

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