Creeping Phlox - Phlox

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PHLOX subulata (Creeping or Moss Phlox) Zone 3

A very low-growing, groundcover-type species with needle-like foliage that is showiest when planted on slopes, among rocks, towards the front of the border, or along pathways

Amazing Grace Pristine white petals with a dash of lipstick red at centre. Flowers mature to pale pink White/Pink Green May-June 4-6” high 12” spread

Bedazzled Lavender Phlox Phlox 'Bedazzled Lavender' PP31168 This hybrid spring phlox explodes into bloom in mid-spring with hundreds of star-shaped purple-lavender flowers on low-growing plants that have a neat, rounded, spreading habit. The Bedazzled series blooms earlier than other Phlox subulata varieties. Asexual propagation prohibited.

Candy Stripe White with pale rose, radiating stripes. Pale rose/white Green May-June 4-6” high 12” spread

Drummons Pink Extra large deep pink blooms Deep pink Green May-June 4-6” 18”

Emerald Blue Long-time favourite has clean medium blue, star-shaped blossoms virtually cover the foliage with flowers in spring Blue Green May-June 6-9” high 18” spread

Eye Caramba Medium pink flwoers with a red eye. A richer pink than ‘Eye Candy’ Lavender/Pink Green May-June 4-6” high 18-20” spread

Eye Candy Mound of bright green, needle-like foliage that is totally covered in light lavender pink flowers with a dark wine purple eye. More refined habit than ‘Emerald Pink’, but has a healthy, vigorous habit like ‘North Hills’. Lavender/Pink Green May-June 6-9” high 18” spread

May Breeze Phlox Phlox divaricata 'May Breeze' An excellent ground cover that offers much more than just cover. Lovely pale blue flowers are fragrant and cover the plant in spring. When not attracting attention for passersby, the butterflies can't get enough of it! Excellent for the shade garden.

Mountainside Crater Lake Proven Winner Variety! Sold in Proven Winner pots. Mountain side Phlox are more refined spreaders and more compressed to the ground. Cool indigo flowers. Blue Green May-June 4-6” high 24-28” spread

Pink Minuet Rosy pink flowers with a sublte dark eye are produced over a low, mounding habit of dark green foliage. Pink Green May-June 8-10” high 18” spread 

Pink Minuet Phlox Phlox 'Pink Minuet' PP31170 This new spring blooming hybrid phlox starts to flower after Phlox subulata varieties, but before Phlox paniculata, which allows for more spring colour in the garden. ‘Pink Minuet’ produces lots of rose-pink flowers that have a subtly coloured dark eye, on low-growing, neatly mounding plants. The flowers attract pollinators, and the plants themselves will not spread aggressively. Asexual propagation prohibited.

Purple Beauty Starry intense deep purple blooms. Deep purple Green May-June 4-6” high 18” spread

Ronsdorfer Beauty Rich rose-pink flowers with magenta-red centre ring Pink/Red Green May-June 4-6” high 12-14” spread

Scarlet Flame Glowing cerise flowers. Cerise Green May-June 6-8” high 18” spread

Snowflake Pristine white flowers. Dense compact habit. White Green May-June 4-6” high 18” spread

Strawberries and Cream Mass of nearly white, with a light violet-pink blush, braod-petaled flowers. As flowers mature, they become medium to dark pink-violet giving a two-tones look.  pink-violet giving a two-tones look. Pink/White Green April-June 2-4” high 16-18” spread.

Sprite Series Proven Winner Variety! Sold in Proven Winner pots. This series does not spread aggressively as other creeping Phlox and will tolerate light shade. Low, mounding habit

Magenta Sprite Magenta Green May-June 6-8” high 18” soread

Rose Sprite Rose Green May-June 6-8” high 18” spread

PHLOX hybrid (Creeping)  Zone 4

Rocky Road Series These hybrids are drought tolerant and grow easily on slopes. With bright, vibrant colors, these will certainly be the belles of the garden in springtime! Compared to Phlox subulata, these have a more compressed growth habit, have unique colors, and spread more slowly in the landscape, especially the first year in the ground.

Rocky Road Magenta Purple-Red Green May-June 4-6” high 34-36” spread

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