Common Name: Hybrid Creeping Phlox
Soft, baby pink flowers with lighter halos at the centers. The earliest of the series to bloom with the largest flowers (1½”)-double the size of most other P. subulata types.
These spring groundcovers take creeping Phlox to the next level of refinement and beauty. Beautifully mounded habits look better later into the spring season-you’ll want to show off these beauties like your finest jewelry.
Bloom earlier (depending on weather), have larger flowers and better flower coverage and form more of a mounding habit the first two years in the ground. Mature plants will spread more in the garden.