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PERENNIAL PHLOX

(Tall Phlox, Garden Phlox)

Zones 4-8

Super hardy plant that comes in tall bunches with large, long lasting blooms or in a creeping, carefree groundcover that blooms profusely in the spring and spreads 1-2' each year in sun to part shade in moist soil.

Photo courtesy of Walters Gardens, Inc.

Candy Stripes

Vigorous ground cover of 18".
Heat, drought and disease resistant that does well on slopes and in rock gardens.
Will do any tough area as long as there is good drainage.
Big petals with blush edges surround pink with red dots in the center.

Crimson Beauty

4x16"
Low mound of dark green needle-like foliage displays bright rosy-red flowers.

Flame Purple

Rich purple flowers with a small darker eye.
Ground cover.

Glamour Girl

32"
Showstopper with large blooms in hot coral pink.
Fragrant and disease resistant.

Millstream Daphane

Z3
A hot pink creeping variety with full blossoms that spreads 24".

Opening Act

Z4-8
18-20"
Blooms early with a long season of pure white flowers.
Reblooms early fall.

Orange Perfection

36" summer.
Orange.

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Violet Pinwheels

Z4
Creeping variety that spreads 18" in violet.

Creeping Phlox, Moss Pinks)

Perfect ground cover for rock gardens, borders, banks, and slopes.

Creeping Atropurpurea

Ground cover of fuchsia pink flowers.
Z2-9

Early Purple

13-16"
Early color on neatly compact plants.
Fragrant purple blossoms with white centers.

Flame Coral

Vibrant coral red.
15-18"
Z3-8

Flame Purple

Rich purple flowers with a darker eye.

Flame Red

Clusters of large, fragrant red blooms over compact habit.
Beds, patio containers.
Z4
12-20"

Minnie Pearl

Early bloomer with incredible disease resistance and a slowly spreading habit of large pure white clusters with glossy green foliage.
15-20"

Pixie Twinkle

15-20"
Compact, long blooming baby pink flowers with darker eyes.

Red Riding Hood

22"
Vivid clusters of cherry-red flowers on strong stems.
Long blooming.
Attracts hummingbirds.

Subulata Red Wing

4-6" spring
Striking crimson, with dark red center.

A Thistle Down perennial last updated this web site on: August 21, 2017