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Phlox divaricata subsp.laphamii



'Lapham’s Blue Phlox' (or Woodland Phlox) sends up erect stems that bear loose clusters of showy, fragrant, pale lavender flowers that have a dark 'eye', and are pollinated by long-tongued insects (Bumblebees for this category). The leaves on decumbent stems are broader than those on flowering stems. Grows to about to 80cm