Wild Blue Phlox is a pretty Spring ephemeral that can be used as groundcover for woodlands or shade gardens.
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Woodland Phlox Phlox divaricata
Light: Part Shade/Shade
Moisture: Medium, Moist
Soil: Sand, Loam, Clay
Height: 1 to 2 ft
Bloom Season: May, June
Bloom Color: Lavender – Pale Blue
Notes: Attractive to Pollinators, Butterflies, Clearwing Moths, and Hummingbirds. Long blooming woodland plant with 5 petals. Self-sows, but not aggressively. Include in native woodland gardens, naturalized areas or a low border. Deer resistant, however rabbits like it.