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Found by and named after Jeana Prewitt of Nashville, Phlox paniculata 'Jeana' was discovered along the Harpeth River in Tennessee. Unlike other paniculatas, sweetly scented lavender-pink flowers bloom all summer and well into fall without flopping. It possesses clean foliage with outstanding mildew resistance. This selection is a favorite in our trial & demonstration gardens - and especially a favorite of the hummingbirds and Eastern Tiger Swallowtails hangin' around the Creek.