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Plants Matching phlox subulata

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Moss Phlox)

When in flower, this mat-forming, evergreen perennial puts on quite a show. 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 may be pink, violet-blue, red or white and attract butterflies.

Sun-loving and vigorous, moss phlox prefers very well drained, average soil. It looks super planted along stone walls, border...

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Syngenta

(Moss Phlox)

This big beautiful flowers of ‘Amazing Grace’ are clean white with a dark rose center. When in flower this mat-forming, evergreen perennial looks like a wave of brightness.

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 showy and attract butterflies.

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

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Yoder Brothers

(Moss Phlox)

The gorgeous blooms of 'Apple Blossom' are pale pink with ruby red eyes. When in flower this mat-forming, evergreen perennial looks like a wave of light and 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 showy and attract butterflies.

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

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Yoder Brothers

(Moss Phlox)

The showy purple-red blooms of ‘Atropurpurea’ will add rich color to any sunny spring border. When in flower this mat-forming, evergreen perennial looks like a wave of rich 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 cover the plants and attract butterflies.

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

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Jesse Saylor

(Moss Phlox)

When in flower, this mat-forming, evergreen perennial puts on quite a show. 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 may be pink, violet-blue, red or white and attract butterflies.

Sun-loving and vigorous, moss phlox prefers very well drained, average soil. It looks super planted along stone walls, border...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Candy Stripe Moss Phlox, Moss Phlox)

When these mat-forming, evergreen perennials are in flower, they put on quite a show. Candy stripe 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 five-petaled tubular flowers in spring to early summer. These have distinct rose-pink and white stripes across the face of each flower.

Sun-loving and vigorous, moss phlox prefers very well drained, average soil. It attracts butterflies...

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Yoder Brothers

(Moss Phlox)

The delicate blooms of 'Coral Eyes' are palest pink with coral rose eyes. When in flower this mat-forming, evergreen perennial looks like a wave of light and 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 showy and attract butterflies.

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

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PlantHaven

(Cotton Candy Moss Phlox, Moss Phlox)

The heavy blooming 'Cotton Candy' forms taller spreading mounds than your average moss phlox. Large white flowers cover this vigorous evergreen perennial in spring. This cultivar was discovered by Thomas Cammarota of Eugene, Oregon as a chance sport of Phlox subulata ‘Candy Stripe.’

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...

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Yoder Brothers

(Creeping Phlox, Crimson Beauty Creeping Phlox, Moss Phlox)

This mat-forming, evergreen perennial is show-stopping when in flower. Crimson Beauty 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 dusty pink-crimson, five-petaled, tubular flowers in spring to early summer.

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

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Yoder Brothers

(Dirigo Arubutus Moss Phlox, Moss Phlox)

Cool lavender-blue flowers with darker eyes blanket the pretty moss phlox, 'Dirigo Arbutus', in late spring. 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...