Phlox seeds can be directly seeded into your garden. Sow them early in the season and cover them lightly with 1/8 of an inch of fine soil (garden or potting). They can also be seeded indoors for transplanting later. For spring blooms, start indoors six to eight weeks before the last frost. Young seedlings will transplant well into their permanent home. You can also use a seeding technique called "Winter Sowing" . Check out our Store Articles to find out about Winter Sowing.
Once your plants are established and filling in your garden, they can be propagated by division. Divide and replant clumps of Phlox right after the blooming period, or in early fall.
Transplant Phlox into your garden after the last frost date for your area. Space them 8-10" apart. They will tolerate a little crowding. They will look great filling in a flowerbed, or as a border edging.
Keep your seeds in a cool dry place until planting.
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