CREEPING PHLOX: 1) Plant in a site where it can receive at least six to eight hours of full sun daily 2) Require a well-draining site and cannot tolerate wet feet 3) Attractive to hummingbirds and honeybees 4) Use as a spreading ground cover
The common name creeping phlox applies to two plants -- Phlox stolonifera and Phlox subulata -- and they grow best in slightly different conditions. Though both plants grow in full sun and partial shade, Phlox stolonifera prefers partial-shade sites, whereas Phlox subulata, also known as moss pink, thrives in full sun. Both plants grow 6 to 12...
About Creeping Phlox – How To Plant And Care For Creeping Phlox Plants
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Creeping Phlox - After the blooming period, prune back the foliage of creeping phlox plants. This "pinching" will encourage foliage to become denser, thereby making your creeping phlox plants a more attractive groundcover for the summer months.