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Wild blue phlox


Leaves:
Leaves are long and thin, up to 2” long.

Flowers:
Flowers are 1” in diameter with five flat petals fused together at their base. Base of flower is tube-shaped. Petals are bluish-violet, lavender, pinkish, or white. Flowers are produced in showy clusters at the tip of a stem. Blooms in spring, in late April and early May

Roots:
Plants spread asexually through underground roots.

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