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Monday - June 27, 2011

From: Dallas, TX
Region: Southwest
Topic: General Botany
Title: Is Phlox divaricata evergreen?
Answered by: Jimmy Mills

QUESTION:

Is Phlox divaricata evergreen?

ANSWER:

According to its Plant Profile page in the Native Plant Database,  Phlox divaricata (Wild blue phlox)  is an evergreen plant.

 

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