This had, for two or three days, disputed the ground with the lupine and phlox.
To phlox, the novelist, she was always conscientiously brilliant.
Under ordinary conditions these hybrid forms of phlox grow into neat bushy specimens of a willow-like appearance, 2ft.
I have found primroses, phlox, and mertensia on the summit of Long's Peak.
Mrs. Sawyer: I think you will find bordeaux mixture is good as anything for the rust on phlox.
I have, too, some of the fine varieties of "phlox Drummondi."
Away to the west is a spruce hedge and inside the hedge red hollyhocks and phlox with a great row of crimson poppies.
This belongs to the Polemoniace family, and is the phlox Cspitosa.
Enormous pink poppies, phlox, and roses grow in riotous abandon, while old-fashioned periwinkle covers the roots of ancient trees.
Vines twined round the trunks of the trees, and the numerous blossoms of the phlox formed blue spots amongst the rocks.
1706, from Latin, where it was the name of a flower (Pliny), from Greek phlox "kind of plant with showy flowers" (probably Silene vulgaris), literally "flame," related to phlegein "to burn" (see bleach (v.)). Applied to the North American flowering plant by German botanist Johann Jakob Dillenius (1684-1747).