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Ground-covering plants create a carpet of spring color

Why plant Creeping Phlox?

Creeping Phlox (Phlox subulata) is a favorite of gardeners all across the country – both cold hardy and tolerant of heat, these ground-covering plants bloom in a solid carpet in spring. A rapid spreader, creeping phlox can be planted to cover banks, fill spaces under tall trees, and spill and trail over slopes and container rims. Planted in one color, or as a rainbow of mixed varieties, creeping phlox creates one of the most dependably perennial groundcovers you can plant. Deer resistant.

Planting How-To’s

Creeping Phlox Planting Guides