Phlox

Fertilized flowers typically produce one relatively large seed. The fruit is a longitudinally dehiscent capsule with three or more valves that sometimes separate explosively. Some species such as P. paniculata (Garden Phlox) grow upright, while others such as P. subulata (Moss Phlox, Moss Pink, Mountain Phlox) grow short and matlike. The foliage o...
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phlox

(genus Phlox), any of about 65 species of plants belonging to the family Polemoniaceae, admired both in gardens and in the wilds for their clustered ...
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Phlox

(Moss Pink, Phlox, Wild Sweet William) This is a group of hardy and tender plants, which are native of North America. The name Phlox means flame, in regard to the bright colors of the blooms. These plants are great for borders, rock gardens and flowerbeds. The annual kinds can be grown in a greenhouse for spring and winter bloom. They are also usef...
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phlox

[n] - any polemoniaceous plant of the genus Phlox
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Phlox

• (n.) A genus of American herbs, having showy red, white, or purple flowers.
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phlox

noun any polemoniaceous plant of the genus Phlox; chiefly North American; cultivated for their clusters of flowers
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Phlox

Phlox noun [ Latin , a kind of flower, from Greek ... flame, from ... to burn.] (Botany) A genus of American herbs, having showy red, white, or purple flowers. Phlox worm (Zoology) , the larva of an American moth ( Heliothis phloxiphaga ). It is destructive to phloxes.
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phlox

Any of a group of plants native to North America and Siberia. Phloxes are small with alternate leaves and clusters of showy white, pink, red, or purple flowers. (Genus Phlox, family Polemoniaceae.)
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Phlox

Phlox is a genus of hardy plants belonging to the family Polemoniaceae. They have salver-shaped corollas with five equal petals.
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phlox

phlox, common name for plants of the genus Phlox and for members of the Polemoniaceae, a family of herbs (and some shrubs and vines) found chiefly in the W United States. The family includes many popular wild and garden flowers, especially the genera Phlox, Polemonium (called Jacob's ladder), and Gi...
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