Phlox Subulata Rose. Attracts butterflies, hummingbirds and pollinator bees to the garden. Is a very rare phlox hybrid known from me.
('florphfaro') (fabulous series) the rhs award of garden merit (agm) helps gardeners choose the best plants for their garden. Fabulous™ is a moss phlox series bred by dutch breeders florensis b.v. Rhs plants for pollinators plants.
Ideally Suited For Small To Meidum Sized Containers And Is A Must Have For Any Perennial Program Big Or Small.
With its compact size and habit, ‘rose sprite’ is a great selection for borders, edging and walkways as well as rock gardens and slopes. The goldiphlox™ series of phlox subulata is a lovely evergreen groundcover that blooms profusely in the spring. These spring groundcovers take creeping phlox to the next level of refinement and beauty.
It Is Not Fussy About Soil Conditions As Long As There Is Good Drainage.
The Only Commonly Grown Annual Phlox, And Often Sold As Simply Annual Phlox, This Plant Is Native To Texas, But Has Naturalized Through Much Of The Southeastern U.s, Including South Carolina.
This native perennial is butterfly and bee friendly. It bears small flowers in shades of pink, purple and white, from spring to early summer. Gardens, roadsides, lawns, frequent about old cemeteries.
Creeping Phlox Thrives In Full Sun But Tolerates Dappled Shade In The Hot Summer Areas.
This easy to grow native perennial is attractive to butterflies and pollinators alike. Growing to about 13 cm (5 in) high at most and covering a 50 cm (20 in) wide area, it is an evergreen perennial forming mats or cushions of hairy, linear leaves. A brand new series of well matched phlox subulata that brings a well needed upgrade to this perennial workhorse.
Phlox Subulata, ‘Creeping Phlox’, ‘Moss Phlox’, ‘Mountain Phlox’, ‘Moss Pink’ Phlox Subulata.
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