Creeping Phlox, White

Vigorous, spreading ground cover for edges and border fronts.
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Phlox subulata, also known as creeping phlox, is a vigorous, sun-loving perennial plant that grows only 6” high and spreads 24” wide. It is native to the dry, rocky areas and open woodlands of the Appalachian mountains. Plants will tolerate deer, drought and heat, but good drainage is essential, and watch out for rabbits. Flowers open in April-May over of matted, moss-like foliage. Use creeping phlox as a ground cover in sunny areas, along rock walls, as an edging and on slopes.
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