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Phlox subulata 'Purple Beauty' (Creeping Phlox) is a popular evergreen perennial with masses of starry, purple flowers adorned with deep violet center eyes. They smother the dark green, needle-like foliage in mid to late spring. Vigorous, this Creeping Phlox selection forms a pretty flower carpet and adds a splash of color for about 3-4 weeks. Perfect for rocky areas, slopes and flower borders.
A dwarf and compact garden phlox, Phlox paniculata Purple Flame is an herbaceous perennial with large clusters of rich purple flowers adorned with a small darker eye. Blooming for weeks from mid to late summer, the fragrant flowers are rich of nectar and visited by hummingbirds and butterflies. They are borne atop relatively short, bushy clumps of medium green foliage. This cultivar has demonstrated good mildew resistance in trials. Perfectly suited for containers, courtyard gardens, and the middle of the border. Great for small gardens!Phlox paniculata is a garden classic that is considered by many as the backbone of summer borders. The striking billowing masses of large, fragrant clusters of white, lavender, pink, rose, red and bi-color, blossoms enliven native landscapes and grace gardens for weeks. Despite its well-known susceptibility to powdery mildew, Garden Phlox remains a perennial favorite prized for their dramatic, long blooming floral show.
An easy-to-grow groundcover, 'Purple Beauty' Creeping Phlox (Phlox subulata) carpets the mid-to-late spring garden with starry lavender-purple flowers. Whether you are looking for a water-thrifty addition to flow through a rock garden, or a beautiful way to highlight a spring-blooming bulb collection, 'Purple Beauty' will add pollinator-friendly, drought-tolerant spring beauty to your garden.Barseventyfour') There are many selections of Moss Phlox, a garden favourite, all of them forming a low mound or cushion of dark green needle-like leaves, smothered by flowers in late spring. This variety produces a showy display of light purple, star-shaped flowers. Clip plants lightly immediately after blooming to encourage a dense habit. Wonderful in the sunny rock garden, for edging, or in mixed containers. Clumps may be ripped apart and divided in early fall, after 3 to 4 years. Requires good drainage. Drought tolerant, once established. USPP#23564: unlicensed propagation prohibited. (Source: www.perennials.com)