First I hope you didn't let them see this post, they don't like to
see their name spelled like that, they're very sensitive.
Here in NJ we're more than a month away from blooms. Maybe it's too
early. Otherwise they may need dividing.
One of my favorite plants. They stink up the area in a very nice way.
I would like to grow some phlox, and I have some in another place. My
grandmother told me that I could just cut off part, with some roots
attached, from what I have and plant that where I want it. Will this
Cut off part with roots attached?
I think your grandmother was talking about dividing the root ball.
For a perennial like phlox that's the way to go.
Many sites explain the process, here's one:
> We have flox all along our drive and pool, this year was no different
> than others...but there were very few blooms! Most years its like a
> carpet of blloms.
Have you recently fed them with anything? as sometimes they can get too
much nitrogen and produce a mass of foliage at the expense of blooms?
Or it could be as the other poster said, that it's too early or maybe
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