From a few yards away, the flowers appear white. But as their light, delicious scent draws you close, they change, chameleon-like, to a pale glistening pink. Close inspection reveals delicate pink flecks on a cool white background. Elegantly erect habit, with tall flowers swaying in summer breezes. Bloom begins in July and runs through August. The bane of many older phlox varieties is powdery mildew. ‘Flower Power’ offers excellent mildew resistance, so nothing mars its multiple wands of subtly hued flowers rising gracefully over smooth green foliage. Comes to Rozanne and Friends® from breeder Darrell Probst, Hubbardston, Massachusetts.
Phlox maculata (Spotted Phlox) 'Flower Power'
Back border, Container, Cut flower, Long blooming, Fragrant flowers, Attracts butterflies and bees
Deadhead old flower trusses to prolong bloom period. Cutback stems to ground when finished flowering.
Approx. Winter Hardiness
USDA Hardiness Zones 5-9