Phlox subulata is also known as creeping moss Phlox
Creeping phlox blooms in spring and produces long, spreading stems, which become woody with age but can be cut back hard to encourage new growth. Their dazzling flowers make a spectacular display in spring. Creeping Phlox spreads over the years to create a floral carpet!
Phlox is a low maintenance plant that is not fussy about soil but thrives in a sunny position with well-drained soil. If massed together as a groundcover, creeping phlox plants make a powerful statement in any landscape.