Plants By Type
Creeping Phlox – Phlox Subulata
Creeping Phlox will usually bloom in the late spring and early summer months. Creeping Phlox is a perfect ground cover to cover those bare spots in gardens. It will work well also when placed on a sloped wall or a rock wall. This plant will give amazing small blooms of purple flowers. The flowers will grow in clusters and will look very full and dense. This plant is a small grower at four to six inches tall. This plant thrives when planted in full sun and can adapt well to various soil conditions with ease. This is a pretty plant when in bloom and will attract all eyes to the garden or lawn. The beautiful blooms will last for several weeks and will add lots of colors. When this plant is in its flowering season, it captivates all who witness it. The flowers are striking and grow close together all along the plant. It almost resembles a carpet of blooms the way it spreads and grows over an area. The botanical name for this plant is Phlox Subulata and is the perfect ground cover for any landscape. The flowers on this perennial also smell quite lovely and is a great choice for those categorized as a beginner gardener or for those who want something that is simple and easy to care for and maintain. Plant this phlox for added color and texture as well as a great addition to the garden area. It will not disappoint and will return each year more vibrant and full than the last.