Phlox paniculata is a species of flowering plant in the family Polemoniaceae, native to the eastern and central United States and eastern Canada. It is extensively cultivated in temperate regions as an ornamental plant.
Phlox paniculata belongs to the Polemoniaceae family and is a native plant to central and eastern America, as well as eastern Canada. It’s found in thickets, rich low woods, and streams. It is among the rare perennials which come in almost every shade on the color wheel. This herbaceous perennial grows in clumps to about 2” – 4” inches tall, and 2” – 3” inches wide. The stems are clothed with deep green, elliptic, pointed, opposite, and veined leaves which sometimes require staking. These leaves are 4” – 6” inches long. These leaves are shaped like a lance head. Their veins start from the center vein and branches out in a curve to the leaf’s tip.