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Plant Name:

Moss Phlox

Scientific Name:

Phlox subulata


Moss Phlox, also known as Creeping Phlox, is a low-growing perennial with dense mats of colorful flowers. It forms a carpet-like ground cover and is often used in rock gardens and cascading over walls.


Rocky slopes, dry meadows, open areas


Moss Phlox attracts pollinators, such as butterflies and bees. It provides nectar for feeding and serves as a ground cover for small insects.

Growing Conditions:

Moss Phlox prefers full sun and well-drained soils.


Moss Phlox is used in rock gardens, alpine gardens, and as a ground cover.

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Fun Facts:

Moss Phlox is native to North America and is a popular choice for its vibrant flowers and low-maintenance nature.

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