Phlox Subulata Scarlet Flame
Native North American wildflowers. Many types show wide variation in form, but all have showy flower clusters producing a heavy, sweet perfume. Tall kinds are excellent border plants; dwarfs are the mainstay of rock gardens
This version is a creeping phlox that will offer a completely different look to the same old garden. Compact mounds form a carpet of color in spring.
Zone 3 Height: 4-6”/Spread: 18” Bloom Time: April-May
Masses of large, bright scarlet flowers with darker eye cover the top of this mat-forming creeper for a long period.