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Apr 17, 2016 8:23 AM CST
Name: Noni Morrison
Warren, Oregon
retired flower farmer
There are at least 2 different lines of phlox. The old fashioned ones that grow tall are very very fragrant. Some of the more modern hybrids bred to remain shorter in the garden have little scent. I have little use for scentless plants who's main claim to fame is fragrance, made scentless. The other issue with phlox is mildew. Some of the old fashioned highly fragrant ones are very vulnerable to mildew. One of my favorite varieties of phlox is "Franz Schubert".
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