Drummond Phlox – Phlox drummondii
An annual phlox that blooms throughout spring and summer, and may last into fall in warm climates if faded flowers are removed regularly. A Texas native which adapts well to hot, humid climates and has plants that grow up to 18 inches tall. The tight clusters of flowers bloom in a wide range of reds. Drummond phlox is easily grown from seeds or bedding plants and requires little care. It prefers a light or sandy soil and full sun.
Zones: 1 through 10
Height: Up to 1 ft.
Flower Color: Deep Red, some Pink or White
Plant Type: Annual
Light Requirement: Sun
Bloom Time: MId - Late Season
Seeds per Packet: 50+
Seeds per Pound: 241,500
Is this wildflower invasive: No
Is this wildflower endangered: No
Is this wildflower edible: No
Is this wildflower medicinal: No