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Flowers will come from early summer to early autumn, in shades of red, crimson, pink and white. These plants produce stems carrying single or double rounded ﬂowerheads. Individually, the ﬂowers have ﬂat, star-shaped petals. This is a half-hardy annual, which means that it grows and dies in the same year – but, rather like the brightest of butterﬂies, during its short life it is spectacular. Annual phloxes tolerate cold, dull weather (a frequent phenomenon of the British growing season), but a freeze will kill them, so they should be sown under cover and protected from frosts.
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