Phlox 'Rose Bouquet' has clusters of showy pink, fragrant blooms on upright stems of shiny, narrow, mildew resistant foliage from mid spring into summer. A hybrid Phlox, it is very vigorous and adaptable. Once established, Phlox 'Rose Bouquet' gradually expands into loose mats. 'Rose Bouquet's late season, sweet-scented flowers attract butterflies and "hummingbird" sphinx moths.
This Early Summer Phlox results from a series of hybrids involving several wild Phlox species native to the eastern United States.
Phlox 'Rose Bouquet' prefers sun to light shade and consistently moist, well-drained soil. It is usually sterile, so there should be no off-colored seedlings. This hybrid is very disease resistant even in high humidity.