Need Help Identifying a Flower


My mother in law brought me these very pretty flowers! I would like to grow some but I don't know what the one particular flower is??? I have never seen it before. I am on the coast, in Oregon. Thanks so much!!
A close up! Added now that it has bloomed :)
A close up! Added now that it has bloomed :)
This is the flower.
This is the flower.
Here are the leaves.
Here are the leaves.
This is the pretty collection of wildflowers.
This is the pretty collection of wildflowers.
This is the one I would like to grow :) I adore it.
This is the one I would like to grow :) I adore it.
Shannon at Fox Hollow Cottage

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  • Linda
    on Nov 14, 2013

    It's always best to buy from a local nursery for quality and size. You also order them in many colors from flower catalogs such as Spring Hill, Brecks, and White flower Farm. The catalog plants are small in size, but mine always have cached up with my others in the garden. They also will replace the plant if it dies. Happy Gardening. ~Little Leaf of Green Branch~

  • A friend in the burbs of Atlanta gave me some of her purplish blueish native Phlox. I have it in sun and some in part shade. So far now problem with powdery mildew over the two years that I have had it. Hers, however was in more shade and she had a little bit of a problem with it. See if you can find a native cultivar of the color you want.

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