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Creeping Phlox Plants

Creeping Phlox | Evergreen Groundcover | Flowering






Creeping Phlox subulata are ground hugging evergreen ground cover plants. They are vigorous growers and ideal cover plants for difficult edges and rock gardens. They are equally at home as a traditional flower border or planted along the edges of flagstone walkways. Plant creeping phlox atop retaining areas for them to drape over the edges. These drought tolerant creeping ground covers are covered in tiny colorful blooms in early spring. 


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