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Syngenta

(Moss Phlox)

Bright, starry, soft pink flowers with darker eyes cover 'Ronsdorfer Schöne' in spring. When in bloom this mat-forming, evergreen perennial looks like a wave of bright color.

Moss phlox is a native of eastern North America that naturally grows in open, rocky locations. It has very fine, needle-like leaves of moss green and produces hundreds of five-petaled tubular flowers in spring to early summer. These are very showy and attract butterflies.

Sun-loving and vigorous, moss phlox prefers...

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Debbie Schilling

(Creeping Phlox, Moss Phlox, Scarlet Flame Creeping Phlox)

These mat-forming, evergreen perennials are show-stopping when in flower. Scarlet moss phlox originates from eastern North America and is adapted to open, rocky locations. It has very fine, needle-like leaves of moss green and produces hundreds of large, five-petaled, tubular, scarlet red flowers in spring to early summer.

Sun-loving and vigorous, moss phlox prefers very well drained, average soil. It attracts butterflies and looks super planted along stone walls, border edges or in rock gardens....

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Yoder Brothers

(Moss Phlox, Snowflake Moss Phlox)

The heavy blooming 'Snowflake' offers spreading mounds of pure white. This vigorous evergreen perennial is very hardy and has a low, broadly spreading habit.

Moss phlox is a native of eastern North America that naturally grows in open, rocky locations. It has very fine, needle-like leaves of moss green and produces hundreds of five-petaled tubular flowers in spring to early summer. These have incised petals and attract butterflies.

Sun-loving and vigorous, moss phlox prefers very well-drained,...

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James H. Schutte

(Creeping Phlox, Moss Phlox, White Delight Creeping Phlox)

These mat-forming, evergreen perennials look like a snowdrift when in bloom. White delight moss phlox originates from eastern North America and is adapted to open, rocky locations. It has very fine, needle-like leaves of moss green and produces hundreds of large, five-petaled, tubular, white flowers in spring to early summer.

Sun-loving and vigorous, moss phlox prefers very well drained, average soil. It attracts butterflies and looks super planted along stone walls, border edges or in rock gardens....

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Japanese Photinia)

Genus Photinia is comprised of approximately 50 species of plants native to the warm and temperate regions of eastern and southern Asia. Most are either small trees or large shrubs and may be deciduous or evergreen.

Photinia leaves are generally glossy, oval or lance-shaped, alternately arranged on the stems and have serrate edges– like that of a steak knife. They may be thick and leathery or paper thin, depending on the species. New foliage is often red or bronze when it...

(Mountain Heath)

Having fine, dark-green foliage like that of heathers (Erica), blue heath blooms in spring and summer with drooping, urn-shaped flowers that are pinkish-violet. A small evergreen shrub, it is considered an alpine or subarctic species, native to northern Europe and Asia, as well as pockets of northern North America. Such a natural distribution is called circumboreal, as it encircles the North Pole.

The branches are short, upright, and densely lined with dark-green, leathery and linear...

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Chinese Lantern)

Known for its papery, orange-red, lantern-like blooms, Chinese lantern is an interesting rhizomatous perennial that is native throughout Europe and Asia. In summer, it produces large, lantern-like, calyces that are first green and mature to orange-red. These surround small, star-shaped flowers within, which are followed by inedible red berries that can be seen as the papery lanterns turn tan and become thin and lacy.

Chinese lantern grows best in full to partial sun and can tolerate a wide range...

(Chinese Lantern)

Known for its papery, orange-red, lantern-like blooms, Chinese lantern is an interesting rhizomatous perennial that is native throughout Europe and Asia. The variety franchetii is unique in that it has rounder leaves and smaller flowers than the standard species. In summer, it produces large, lantern-like, calyces that are first green and mature to orange-red. These surround small, star-shaped flowers within, which are followed by inedible red berries that can be seen as the papery lanterns turn...

(Dwarf Chinese Lantern, Zwerg Dwarf Chinese Lantern)

Known for its papery, orange-red, lantern-like blooms, dwarf Chinese lantern is an interesting rhizomatous perennial that is native throughout Europe and Asia. The cultivar 'Zwerg' is unique in that it has a shorter, more compact habit. In summer, it produces large, lantern-like, calyces that are first green and mature to orange-red. These surround small, star-shaped flowers within, which are followed by inedible red berries that can be seen as the papery lanterns turn tan and become thin and lacy....

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James Burghardt

(Ninebark)