No other group of plants in North America can equal Phlox for its preeminence in the wild and in the garden. Its sixty-one species appear in (and sometimes define) plant communities up and down the continent. And no American genus has enjoyed a richer history in the world's gardens. But until now, there has been no comprehensive horticultural account of the genus. In Phlox , plant expert James H. Locklear provides detailed profiles of all the currently...
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