A bit disappointing, the first year I planted this it succumbed to powdery mildew and rust. Overall though it looks like it has some potential as medium sized border Phlox.
|Divide clumps early in the spring, by softwood cuttings in mid-summer or by root cuttings after the plant has finished flowering. Root cuttings collected in the autumn and cut into 5 cm lengths and place horizontally in flats barley covering the top. Water and place in a cold frame until growth appears and then pot individually.|