Phlox - Junior Dance®
Big Head on Compact Plant
The Phlox Junior Dance®, Phlox paniculata 'Junior Dance®' (PP16,059), has fragrant pink flowers with white centers on a compact free-branching habit.
It is one the Phlox Junior series that contain mildew resistant plants.
Blooming all summer long, it has a plant height of 18-22”.
As a wonderful addition to any perennial garden, 'Junior Dance®' attracts butterflies and provides a mainstay of fragrant summer flowers.
Junior Dance® needs to be planted in a full to part sun area in well-drained soil.
This phlox can be planted in rock gardens or as a border. It makes a beautiful cut flower too.
It is suggested that the faded flower clusters be removed to encourage continuous blooming.
You will soon realize that sturdy phlox plants become the backbone of your summer perennial gardens. Once phlox plants are stressed, they will usually develop some degree of mildew so keep the location cool, slightly shaded, and provide humus moist soil.
Do not plant 'Junior Dance®' in an exposed hot dry soil. Protect the plants with surrounding vegetation or mulch.
You will treasure the fragrant pink blooms of 'Junior Dance®' because it will produce a profusion of flowers in your perennial garden all summer long. Make sure you order several!
*Pink Flowers with White Eyes
|Family||Phlox Junior 'Dance'® (PP16,059)|
|Mature Height||18 - 22 inches|
|Mature Spread||18 - 24 inches|
|Soil||Normal, Sandy, Clay|
|Mature Form||Mounding, Upright|
|Sun Exposure||Full Sun|
|Flower Color||Pink, White|