Time to freshen up the garden with some new phlox. Let's start at the front of the border with the native selection Phlox divaricata 'Blue Moon', which will give you mounds of sweetly fragrant, pale blue flowers in early spring. Its dark green, glossy foliage spreads reliably to become a ground cover that looks great for the rest of the season. Moving up to mid border, Phlox 'Fashionably Early Crystal' behaves more like a mid-tall phlox, but produces refined, branched flower stems, providing a mound of color into the summer. Next, Phlox 'Glamour Girl' shows off her legs as the tallest of the three, but displays little of the mildew problems that plague older tall phlox varieties. The holy grail in garden phlox breeding is disease resistance–. While it doesn't kill the plant, older tall phlox types are often mottled with unsightly powdery mildew by midsummer. Thus, it definitely pays to try the newest varieties, each crossed with types that display a resistance to the problem. Both Fashionably Early Crystal and Glamour Girl fight back with glossy green foliage that displays little evidence of mildew, as well as extended bloom periods. All in all, a trio to be reckoned with. Collection contains one each of: Phlox 'Fashionably Early Crystal', Phlox 'Glamour Girl', Phlox 'Blue Moon'. Total 3 plants.