Comment concerning Wild Blue Phlox (Phlox divaricata): do you think this could work as a pond plant?

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As a comment about Wild Blue Phlox (Phlox divaricata), jmorth wrote:

Common wildflower in Illinois and Indiana found in partial shade of rich, moist or rocky woodlands. Often in patches or colonies along streams. Perennial root system is tough, fibrous, and stringy. Flowers noted for their color, beauty, and fragrance.
Pioneers made a leaf tea to treat eczema and to purify the blood. A root tea was used to treat venereal disease.
Name: Taqiyyah
Maryland (Zone 7a)
Container Gardener Bee Lover Region: Mid-Atlantic Vegetable Grower Seed Starter Salvias
Roses Plant and/or Seed Trader Winter Sowing Region: Maryland
Mar 23, 2015 10:36 AM CST
At the edge, in a pot? Where can I find this plant?

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