White orange eyed flowers.
Commonly known as the night phlox this highly scented variety unfurls its flowers of an evening. The flowers are held above low foliage on mass and open up to nearly 3cm across. Ideal as a container plant so as to admire when out socialising on the patio it will however survive in free draining rock gardens which do not get to dry in summer.
Hardiness: Hardy -7c
Common Name: Night Phlox
Life Cycle: Perennial
Foliage: elliptic / crenate
Basic Colour: (white / orange)
Flower Colour: white with orange centre
Natural Flowering: May – August
Winter Hardiness: Fully Hardy
Height with Flowers: 8 cm
Soil Requirements: dry in winter / well-drained / average / humus-rich
Soil ph: slightly acid / slightly alkaline / neutral
Location: border/ containers / for the rock garden
Usage: scented flowers / butterfly & moth food plant / unusual flowers
Pruning: Cut back to 4cm after flowering