— Plant your Phlox in spring, ideally after frosts have finished; keep the crown of plant at or just above the soil surface.
— Plant in borders or large patio containers, in full sun or part shade.
— Set plants 40-60cm apart.
— Water-in after planting and keep hydrated while in growth
— Once established, this plant will survive winter outdoors.
— Plants may need staking if grown in an exposed position.
— To prolong flowering remove the flower clusters as soon as they start to fade.
— Feed plants with a general fertiliser once in early spring, followed by a light mulch of rich leaf-mould or well-rotted compost.
— Feed again in early or mid-summer.
— Read further general instructions about planting bare-root perennials