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Common Name:  Phlox
Botanical Name : Phlox hybrid 'Intensia® Blueberry'

Their heat and humidity tolerance, sweet fragrance, and rich colors have earned the Intensia® Series of Phlox a stack of awards. Their habit makes them perfect for any type of container, hanging baskets, patio pots and combos. Amazingly cold tolerant, they easily could be the last plants left blooming to greet the snow. Intensia® Blueberry will fill your container with rich, blue-purple flowers. With a more upright habit, this makes an attractive companion with a calibrachoa or a verbena.

Common Name:  Phlox
Botanical Name : Phlox hybrid 'Intensia® Star Brite'

Intensia® Star Bright Phlox provides intense color from spring to fall. Being low maintenance makes Intensia® Star Bright a great choice for your baskets and combination planters, as soon in the picture to the right. Click on the picture to the right to see an example of 'Star Brite', Calibrachoa, and Osteospermum 'Lemon Symphony' creates an eye catching basket

Common Name:  Phlox
Botanical Name : Phlox hybrid 'Intensia® White Imp.'

Intensia® White Improved annual phlox produces clearly, brighter white flowers compared to the Intensia® White selection that first comprised the Intensia® Series. Phlox in the Intensia® Series produce a profusion of extra large, brightly colored blooms throughout the growing season. These heat tolerant annuals are hybrids of Drummond's phlox, a native of the southwestern United States. They have upright, spreading habits and are ideal for bright flower gardens and containers. The compact plants are humidity, heat and frost tolerant and the flowers fragrant.

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