Welcome to Lincoln Park Zoo’s new web app! Share your feedback

Jeana Garden Phlox

Conservation & Science Gardens

Scientific Name: Phlox paniculata ‘Jeana’

Order: Ericales

Family: Polemoniaceae

Type: Perennial

Endangered Status: n/a

Number of Recorded Individuals at the Zoo: 154


From midsummer to mid fall, Jeana garden phlox features colorful terminal clusters of lavender-pink flowers above dark green foliage that is resistant to powdery mildew. This perennial cultivar prefers well-drained, medium-moisture, organic soil and is an excellent addition to sunny borders. Jeana garden phlox is a favorite among butterflies and hummingbirds.

Native Range
From cultivation; species native to eastern United States

USDA Hardiness Zone
4–8

Average Mature Height
3 feet

Flower Color
Purple

Flowering Months
July–September

Supports
Butterflies, bees, and birds

Hold Camera Steady with QR in focus.

We need permission to use your camera for QR codes.

Having Trouble?

Find code numbers below QR codes at exhibits and animals.