Creeping Phlox has small, star-like flowers on short green foliage.
The plant grows to a height of six inches or less and can spread for up to two feet. It is often used as a ground cover, or for edging, in gardens. It's easy to grow and comes in a variety of colors, such as purple, pink, white, and red. It blooms in the spring.
Creeping Phlox is also known as Phlox Stolonifera ‘Home Fires’. They will thrive best in hardy planting zones 4-9. The Creeping Phlox is a fast growing perennial and will succeed in various soil types. This plant works excellently as a ground cover. It will add a unique touch and character to all gardens and natural areas. This is great to plant around rocks or on a rock wall. This perennial will grow to be 4 to 6 inches tall and can be 18 to 24 inches wide. It will grow best in areas that have full sunlight. This plant will look amazing when growing and when in bloom. It will do well when added to flower gardens and natural areas.
Creeping Phlox will have gorgeous blooms and will add an exceptional look.
It will have clusters of purple blossoms that will add significant color. This plant also has a semi-evergreen habit. The foliage of this plant is needle-like and produces small five-pointed flowers. They are too small and tend to have a starry shape to them. The stems of this plant are long and will spread. They even turn woody the more they mature. However, once they become woody, they may stop producing flowers. To prevent this, prune the older stems to allow newer stems to produce. This plant is easy to plant and take care of. To establish new growth and to flower each year it is best to apply a light application of fertilizer in the early springtime.
Creeping Phlox Ships As – Bareroot Plant