Phlox paniculata - garden phlox
Garden phlox is a staple of the perennial border, it mixes well with other perennials and provides long summer bloom. It is also very attractive to hummingbirds. It is an upright perennial that grows in clumps to 2-4' tall. It has fragrant, tubular, clustered pink-purple to white florets that flower over a long July to September. Butterflies love the flowers.
"The genus name is derived from the Greek word phlox meaning flame in reference to the intense flower colors of some varieties". Missouri Botanical Garden
Height: 2 to 4 ft
Sun: Sun to partial shade
Bloom color: Pink/purple
Bloom time: July to August