Phlox Candy Stripe – alpine –
Scientific Name: Phlox subulata
Common Name: Moss Phlox
Hardiness Zone: 3a – 8b
Hardiness Degree: -40°F (-40.0°C)
Blooming Season: Early Spring, Spring
Plant Habit: Spreading
Characteristics: Attracts Bees, Attracts Butterflies, Deer Resistant, Drought Tolerant, Low Maintenance, Shade Tolerant, Fragrant Flowers, Frost Tolerant, Attracts Hummingbirds, Winter Interest (regional)
Fertilize: Once a month
Spacing: 14 – 18″ (36 – 46cm)
Height: 4 – 6″ (10 – 15cm)
Width: 30 – 36″ (76 – 91cm)
Exposure: Sun, Partial Sun
General Information: Low-growing plants form a carpet of blooms producing white flowers striped with a pink shade in early Spring.
Excellent evergreen ground cover for banks, rock gardens, along walkways, at garden’s edge or cascading over stone walls.
Low-growing plants form a carpet of white flowers striped with pink.