Creeping Phlox - Phlox stolonifera
Regular price $9.00
Phonetic: FLOCKS sto-lon-IH-fer-ah
Creeping phlox is a low-growing, mat-forming plant that is often seen spreading as a ground cover in rock gardens and even in crevices of stone walls. It has a perennial, semi-evergreen habit. These plants have needle-like foliage with small starry flowers that bloom in spring and produces long, spreading stems, which become woody with age.
- Hardiness Zone: 5-9
- Native Northeast Region: USDA Database
- Sun Exposure: Full sun to part shade
- Flower Color: Purple
- Bloom Time: July, August, September
- Soil Type: Medium
- Mature Plant Size: .5-1'H, .75-1.5'W
- Plant Spacing: 1'
- Attracts: Butterflies
- Advantages: Deer resistant, drought tolerant, fragrant
- Landscape Uses: Butterfly garden, ground cover, perennial border, rock gardens, shade gardens
- Companion Plants: Blue Eyed Grass, Cohosh, Dwarf Crested Iris, Foam Flower, Nodding Onion, Red Columbine