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FutureStarrWhat Is Phloxor
Phlox is a deep learning-based natural language processing engine for generating contextual business information and sentiment analysis. It is open source, is easy to deploy and supports a wide variety of media formats.Phlox (/ËˆflÉ’ks/; Greek φλÏŒξ "flame"; plural "phlox" or "phloxes", Greek φλÏŒγες phlóges) is a genus of 67 species of perennial and annual plants in the family Polemoniaceae. They are found mostly in North America (one in Siberia) in diverse habitats from alpine tundra to open woodland and prairie. Some flower in spring, others in summer and fall. Flowers may be pale blue, violet, pink, bright red, or white. Many are fragrant.
Phlox stolonifera, which also goes by the common names Creeping phlox and Moss phlox, is similar to P. subulata in name only. The main differences between it and P. subulata are that its leaves are oval-shaped (rather than needle-shaped) and its flowers are produced on stems that rise 6–10 inches above the foliage (rather than directly on the foliage). It prefers a shadier growing site with rich, evenly-moist soil. Garden phlox or Summer phlox (Phlox paniculata) is the tallest phlox in cultivation and is probably the species that most folks have in their gardens. It grows in clumps that reach between 3 and 5 feet in height and produces panicles of flowers in mid- to late summer. Though tolerant of most lighting, it grows and flowers best in partial to full sun. It has a reputation for being very susceptible to powdery mildew, but resistant varieties are available.
Taller phlox flowers, which can reach anywhere from 10 inches to four feet in height, tend to bloom throughout summer. There are also a few varieties of phlox that bloom in the springtime. However, most notably unique in bloom time are the Astoria and Intensia varieties. These tend to bloom beautifully even into the later months of autumn, and in some climates, even throughout winter.Phlox include a large group of mostly perennial plants widely used in gardens. Several hundred named varieties of different phlox species are grown. Because they are so commonly cultivated, it is little known that all phlox species are native to the United States. Many of these species are also native to the southeast or South Carolina. Because there are so many different species and cultivars, and they hybridize freely even in the wild, there is great variation throughout the genus. This can sometimes make definite identification to species difficult. (Source: hgic.clemson.edu)