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Long Leafed Phlox

This plant grows in loose clusters with slender stems, about 4-16 inches high, with pink, lilac or whitish flowers. The flowers have 5 rounded lobes, and leaves are hairy, long, narrow and opposite.

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Wildflower Details

Scientific Name:Phlox longifolia
Native:Yes
Growing Season:Spring to mid-summer
Soil Type:Open sandy areas,
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Habitat:Semi-desert, foothills, montane
Family:Phlox