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Sheila Hare identifies Glasgow plant as phlox

Sheila Hare writes:
This plant is a Phlox. You used to see these a lot when I was growing up in gardens and in flower gardens. I had not seen these in such a long time. They are beautiful when in full bloom. This variety comes in lavender and pink. There is a Phlox-David which is white and it is stunning. -Sheila Hare
Comments re photo 41086 Flower lover wants ID of beautiful Glasgow garden plant

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Flower lover wants ID of beautiful Glasgow garden plant

2011-07-09 - Glasgow, KY - Photo by Sue Smith.
Sue Smith, Columbia, KY writes: "I saw this bush in a yard yesterday in Glasgow; I think it is so pretty. Does anyone have any idea what it is?" Her number is (270) 385-9270. PS: We'd like to add the plant identity to this photo, too. -CM. (2011-07-09: Sheila Hare has identified the plant as a phlox. Click read more for more details) Joyce M. Coomer identifies it further as a Tall garden phlox.

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