The Phlox Purple Flame, ‘Phlox paniculata’, is an ideal ground cover with masses of tiny dark purple flowers with a white center and a thick mat of foliage. It is a dwarf garden phlox cultivar which typically grows in an upright clump to only 12-16″ tall. ‘Purple Flame’ is a new variety with variegated foliage and a pinkish tinge near the tips or the leaves.Blooming from April to May, this garden phlox is a definite addition to any perennial garden. ‘Purple Flame’ needs to be planted in a full sun area in well-drained soil. Because of its size it works well in containers or window boxes.Use ‘Purple Flame’ in rock gardens, as a spread over curbs and short retaining walls, or in difficult edges of dry streambeds.The best thing about ‘Purple Flame’ is that it combines well with other perennials and provides long summer bloom. If you are wishing for birds to visit your yard, garden phlox is attractive to hummingbirds and is a good selection for inclusion in a bird garden.* Dwarf* Dark purple flowers* Long summer blooms .
Ornamental Perennial with Superior, Summer-Long blooms Cotton Candy Phlox is a dense perennial with superior flowers. Plant several of these along a border or flower bed for bright bursts of color all summer long. If you’ve never seen the Cotton Candy Phlox, you don’t know what you’re missing. The narrow, emerald-green leaves in the spring set the stage for the performance to come…and what a spectacular performance it is! Your Cotton Candy doesn’t just produce a flower. It flowers in bouquets of blossoms, and does so throughout the entire summer. Clusters of 5-petalled blooms, each like an exquisite bouquet of pink-blossomed perfection, will adorn your yard all summer long. Each individual flower is small, with light pink petals and a dark pink eye. Their clustered manner has the effect of a giant flower head that will stand out to anyone passing by. Your Cotton Candy Phlox stands is a heavy-bloomer, with scented flowers drawing butterflies and hummingbirds to your yard all summer. Cotton Candy Phlox is mildew and disease resistant as well, so it can stand up to many of the issues other common plants sometimes fall prey to. As outstanding as the summer flowers are outside in your yard, they even make wonderful indoor cut flower arrangements.* Large and prolific flowers* Hardy* Summer blooms .
The Phlox White Flame, ‘Phlox paniculata’, is an ideal ground cover with masses of huge, white, pristine flowers and a thick mat of foliage. Its narrow leaves remain green in color throughout the season.‘White Flame’ is a new variety with variegated foliage and a pinkish tinge near the tips or the leaves. Blooming from April to May, it has a plant height of 12” and a spread of 12-18”.This Phlox is a definite addition to any perennial garden. ‘White Flame’ needs to be planted in a full sun area in well-drained soil. Use ‘White Flame’ in rock gardens, as a spread over curbs and short retaining walls, or in difficult edges of dry streambeds.This summer blooming and amazingly short plant, is an exciting dwarf selection that can be used as a bright ground cover, and it is also suitable for planting in containers.You will like how its medium texture blends into the garden and what beautiful floral arrangements ‘White Flame’ can make. Try balancing this plant with a couple of finer or coarser plants for an effective composition in a sunny location.* Variegated foliage* White Flowers* Low growing.
Long-Blooming, Hardy Phlox with Bright Pink BloomsBubblegum Pink is an ornamental perennial with long-blooming, bright pink flowers. These would look outstanding along the border of your sidewalk or scattered amid your perennial bed plantings.This is one in a series of Garden Phlox bred for superior disease resistance and a compact habit. It was also specifically developed for superior color, which will be evident in its huge clusters of fragrant, bright pink flowers that appear in early summer and last well into fall.You’ll love taking a closer look at the individual blossoms. Each is an incomparable beauty in itself. The 5-peteled, oblate blossoms are each a brilliant hot pink color, with demur splashes of white and a petite dark center.The effect of these blossoms clustered together on the strong stems is spectacular to say the least. Your garden wildlife will likewise be impressed with Bubblegum Pink as hummingbirds and butterflies flock to take advantage of this one-of-a-kind perennial.Bubblegum Pink is one of the most mildew resistant Phlox you’ll find, and disease resistant as well. In fact, your Bubblegum Pink is quite a hardy perennial, drought tolerant and requiring little care. A perfect flower for your summer garden, Bubblegum Pink is sure to please.*Impressive flowers *Fragrant *Hardy *Wildlife interest.
The Phlox ‘Creeping Blue’, Phlox subulata ‘Blue’, makes a carpet of color and evergreen foliage and provides year round beauty and cover.’Creeping Blue’ plants are covered with a mass of blue flowers during April and May. This carefree wonder quickly blankets even tough problem areas with dense green foliage and thousands of colorful blooms.Plant 8-12″ apart in any moist soil and in full sun to partial shade. A feeding of compost in the spring is all this plant requires in the way of food.Prune after flowering or late summer to create a healthier plant and to promote denser growth.’Creeping Blue’ is a good plant to use with your spring flowering bulbs such as Tulips and Daffodils.It is often used as a ground cover, an edging plant or for planting in cracks and walls. It is also good for naturalizing an area.It does prefer a well-drained soil, and clay water logged soils will lead to winter rotting.* Excellent rock garden plant* Use in pots and containers for spilling effect.
Phlox White Delight, Phlox subulata ‘White Delight’, produces pure white flowers that can be used to give a classic elegant look when surrounded by greenery or for contrast among colors.Phlox ‘White Delight’ is a versatile, low-growing perennial that flowers in late spring, and grows well in rocky or sloped areas. ‘White Delight’ is also useful for edgings and borders.This popular and charming little perennial is an easy to grow ground cover in full sun. Gritty, slightly alkaline soils are preferred and good drainage is essential. It’s a good idea to shear this plant back and clean up any dead foliage in early summer, just after it is finished blooming. This will produce denser foliage and will encourage it to rebloom. This summer blooming and amazingly short plant, is an exciting selection that is also suitable for planting in containers.Its medium texture blends into the garden, and ‘White Delight’ flowers are excellent for bouquets. Try balancing this plant with a couple of finer or coarser plants for an effective composition. ‘White Delight’ has a cool and calming effect in the garden so use it to tone down more intense, saturated colors.* Low growing* White Flowers* Versatile.
The Phlox ‘Creeping Red’, Phlox subulata ‘Red’, makes a carpet of color with its evergreen foliage, red flowers; providing year round beauty and cover. ‘Creeping Red’ plants are smothered with a mass of red flowers throughout April and May.This carefree wonder quickly blankets even tough problem areas as it shows off its dense green foliage and thousands of beautiful red flowers. Plant 8-12″ apart, and for a strong healthy plant, make sure to place in a cool area, slightly shaded, and provide humus moist soil. A feeding of compost in the spring is all this plant requires in the way of food. Prune after flowering or late summer to create a healthier plant.’Creeping Red’ phlox is a good plant to use with your spring flowering bulbs such as Tulips and Daffodils. This phlox is often used as a ground cover, an edging plant or for planting in cracks and walls; good for naturalizing an area and an excellent plant for a rock garden.This phlox will become a staple in your perennial border since perennial phlox have become the backbone of summer perennials for many gardeners. ‘Creeping Red’ is low maintenance, has rich colored foliage, year round color, red flowers, and is mildew resistant.Order more than one of these charming red flowering plants for a wonderful carpet of beautiful red color. ‘Creeping Red’ will give you fragrant flowers, is mildew resistant, and it is one of the easiest perennials to grow…just a few reasons you must plant this phlox.* Evergreen foliage* Hardy* Year round beauty.
Huge Heads of 1/2″ Lavender FlowersPhlox David’s Lavender, Phlox paniculata ‘David’s Lavender’ PPAF, is a spectacular new sport of the Phlox ‘David’.’David’s Lavender’ exhibits the same exceptional mildew resistance as its parent and boasts jumbo 8″ flower heads that are packed with numerous 1/2″ lavender-pink flowers.The flowers are fragrant and showy, with brilliant non-fading colors. Growing 2-3′ tall, they are excellent for perennial borders, corners and for cut flowers.The foliage is dense and compact with deep green, lance-shaped leaves with prominent veins. For best results, plant them about 18-20″ apart in rich, well-drained soil in full sun or light shade.This tall upright phlox attracts butterflies and hummingbirds.*Large Heads of 1/2″ Lavender Flowers*Blooms in Summer*Attracts Butterflies and Hummingbirds.
Butterflies Love These FlowersThe Phlox Pixie Twinkle, Phlox paniculata ‘Pixie Twinkle’ (PPAF), has beautiful pink blossoms with red centers on 1 foot dark green stems.‘Pixie Twinkle’ blooms midsummer into fall, has a plant height of 18-22” and is extremely mildew resistant. It is a great addition to any perennial garden. ‘Pixie Twinkle’ needs to be planted in a full sun area in well-drained soil. Use Pixie Twinkle in rock gardens, as a border or in a cut flower garden.Blooming from April to May, this pink garden phlox is a definite addition to any perennial garden. ‘Pixie Twinkle’ needs to be planted in a full sun area in well-drained soil. Because of its size this phlox works well in containers or window boxes.‘Pixie Twinkle’ adds a lovely color to rock gardens, as a spread over curbs and short retaining walls, or in difficult edges of dry streambeds.‘Pixie Twinkle’ mixes well with other perennials and provides a summer of blooms. If you are wishing for birds to visit your yard, ‘Pixie Twinkle’ is attractive to hummingbirds and is a good selection for inclusion in a bird garden.*Pink Flowers with Red Eyes*Blooms April To May*Compact Plant .
The Phlox ‘Creeping Pink’, Phlox subulata ‘Pink’, makes a carpet of color and evergreen foliage and provides year round beauty and cover.’Creeping Pink’ plants are covered with a mass of pink flowers during April and May. This carefree wonder quickly blankets even tough problem areas with dense green foliage and thousands of colorful blooms.Plant 8-12″ apart in any moist soil and in full sun to partial shade. A feeding of compost in the spring is all this plant requires in the way of food.Prune after flowering or late summer to create a healthier plant and to encourage denser growth.’Creeping Pink’ is a good plant to use with your spring flowering bulbs such as Tulips and Daffodils.Often used as a ground cover, an edging plant or for planting in cracks and walls. It is good for naturalizing an area. It does prefer a well-drained soil, and clay water logged soils will lead to winter rotting.* Excellent rock garden plant* Use in pots and containers for spilling effect.
Definitely let this flower rain on your parade! A customer was sharing her childhood memories with us of when she would run up the hill behind her church in her Sunday best and pick the phlox that grew wild all along the hillside. She would gather little multi-colored bouquets to take to her Sunday school teacher and her mom and her grandma. She wanted to know if there were still phlox like that around. We told her, of course there were…but now they’re even better! Take Phlox Cloudburst, for instance. This new phlox hybrid is superior to old garden phlox in both performance and disease resistance. It also has better form and a more saturated lavender purple color that doesn’t fade. The lavender purple flowers have an enchanting hot pink eye, too, and it just makes the colors appear richer. But, it still has the same romantic effect that makes you want to run up to it and pick a small bouquet. It is an early bloomer and blooms for a long season. It has a mounding but billowy habit, so it looks both wild and structured at the same time. It would look great on a hillside if you have one, but if not, it looks equally good in a mixed bed or border, massed under a tree, or even in a container where it demands to be examined up close. It will bloom all summer, right up to the first frost sometimes. Buy several from us and make your own memories. * Lavender flowers with hot pink eye * Billowy mounds of foliage * Full sun * Hardy * Easy * Lightly fragrant.
Hardy Phlox with Long-Blooming Coral BloomsCoral Crème Drop is an ornamental perennial with long-lasting, scented flowers. These would look spectacular planted en masse near your front entrance, or serve well to enliven a mixed border.Your Coral Crème Drop is a variety of Phlox developed specifically for its rich color and hardiness. It is particularly disease and mildew resistant and maintains a long, consistent bloom all summer long.The clusters of coral-colored flowers with dark centers cover the plants for months, emitting a pleasing, sweet scent that is sure to draw hummingbirds and butterflies from all over your neighborhood.Coral Crème Drop is a well-branched and compact plant with an upright growth habit. It isn’t picky about soil types and will tolerate urban conditions quite nicely. It’s a beautiful, hardy plant that will certainly liven up your yard, but it’s equally as enjoyable when brought indoors as a cut flower.The color and scent of your Coral Crème Drop blooms will certainly be a welcome addition to your kitchen table through the summer months and into fall.Overall, Coral Crème Drop is an exceptional plant for your yard. Lovely color, sweet scent and a hardy nature make this a variety of Phlox unparalleled for your garden needs.* First Editions® Plants* Long-blooming flowers * Fragrant * Hardy * Wildlife interest.
Award Winning Perennial is a Classic Best-sellerDavid Phlox (PHLOX paniculata David) are the backbone of any well-bred perennial border. Sure, you can skip them when you design your garden – much to our chagrin they have fallen out of fashion in many garden circles over the past several years – but it would be at your own taste risk. These hardy, tall garden phlox are aristocrats in the garden and are such a fine hybrid that they even won the 2002 Perennial of the Year!Huge, pure white, mildew resistant flowers soar over the dark green foliage in profusion all summer long. They are fantastic performers in any border, but try them in an all-white ‘moon garden’ for an otherworldly effect. The flowers are fragrant and showy, with brilliant non-fading color.They grow 2-3′ tall, they are excellent cut flowers, too, so leave room in your cutting garden for a few.Plant about 18-20″ apart in rich, well-drained soil in full sun or light shade. They are dependable perennials, coming back stronger year after year. They may even reseed for you if you don’t deadhead them. Butterflies love them and will visit your garden by the busload.Don’t be swayed by trends. David phlox is a time-tested regal garden performer that you will be thrilled to have in your landscape. Order some today!* White 6″ Flower Heads* Fragrant* Dependable.
Delectable Color and Hardy FormThis remarkable phlox variety features a dwarf nature with delicious color, and a scintillating fragrance that drifts on the afternoon breeze like no other. Like the peppermint twist candy of its name, Peppermint Twist Phlox offers up delicate blooms that feature pink and white stripes from July into September. The stripes emanate out from a pink center, creating an eye-catching visual that is impressive in its own right. However, gathered together in large clusters against the deep green foliage, Peppermint Twist’s flowers are nothing short of magnificent.Your Peppermint Twist Phlox is a herbaceous perennial that will grow up to 20 inches in height with an equal spread. It has an upright form and is adaptable to a variety of soils. With a shorter and stockier nature than other phlox varieties, Peppermint Twist can more easily stand up to harsh weather conditions, and its strong stems do a great job of holding its clustered, flower heads aloft. Peppermint Twist maintains color throughout the season quite well on its own, but with a little deadheading, you’re sure to enhance your blooms well into autumn. Plant several for an impressive border, or scatter a few around high traffic areas like patios and poolside. The candy cane blooms create an impression wherever they’re placed.Peppermint Twist Phlox will provide delectable color for your yard this year on a plant with a hardy, carefree nature. It’s the type of perennial that seems to jump out at you in the summer garden. Why not plant one this year and see for yourself how impressive this dwarf phlox really is!* Lovely, fragrant flowers* Adaptable to a variety of soils* Works well as a cut flower* Deer resistant.
Dark Blue Bloom on Sunny GroundcoverThe Phlox ‘Emerald Blue’, Phlox subulata, is an ideal ground cover with dark blue flowers and a thick mat of semi-evergreen foliage. Emerald Blue may also be called creeping phlox or moss phlox.Blooming from April to May, it has a plant height of 4-6” and a spread of 18-24”. It is a definite addition to any perennial garden.‘Emerald Blue’ needs to be planted in a full sun area in well-drained soil. Use ‘Emerald Blue’ in rock gardens, as a spread over curbs and short retaining walls, or in difficult edges of dry streambeds.Emerald Blue is deer resistant and it attracts butterflies. This plant can be described as dense, low-growing, mat forming and it spreads.Positively striking in the spring!* Blue flowers with a dark blue-purple eye!* Masses of Tiny Blue Flowers on 6″ Groundcover* Dark Purple Eye in Each Flower* Full Sun to Part Shade.