Creeping Phlox Red Wing

Vibrant spring time colour!

Need an extra splash of colour in your garden in the spring? Creeping Phlox Red Wing may be the plant for you! Vibrant carmine pink flowers are extremely eye catching, blooming when most other perennials are just starting to poke out of the ground. This hardy perennial ground cover forms a low growing carpet of evergreen foliage which is completely smothered in flowers in the spring. It looks fabulous in rock beds or tumbling over a wall. Ensure that you plant in full sun and well drained soil as it will easily rot in soil that is too wet. After the blooms are finished, the dense foliage continues to look great for the remainder of the year. Creeping Phlox will spread quickly to form a large patch and is a very easy, bright and cheery addition to your garden.

Creeping Phlox Red Wing (Photo courtesy of Walters Gardens)

Creeping Phlox Red Wing (Photo courtesy of Walters Gardens)