Rocky Road Pink Creeping Phlox Perennial - Gallon Pot
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For a cut flower that blooms in the late Spring, look no further than the Rocky Road Pink Spring Phlox. This hardy perennial is reliable, and will emerge year after year, to accompany other spring bloomers. With a small, bright pink bloom this subtle but beautiful flower will be a welcome addition in a landscape with showstopping flowers. It is versatile and can be used as a creeping ground cover, or for a pop of color within a landscape. It can even be planted within a rock garden.
Hardy in zones four through eight, this creeping phlox will return every year. It’s a quickly growing plant that becomes covered in its small pink blooms in the late spring. It attracts butterflies, and what truly makes this plant so great is its ability to withstand all types of weather be it a summer drought, or a wet spring.
Rocky Road Pink Spring Phlox is a creeping variety. It will grow four to six inches tall, but should be placed 30 to 36 inches apart, due to its creeping nature.