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Carpet phlox for colorful ground cover; tall phlox for beautiful borders.

Create colorful pink, red, blue or white borders with tall phlox plants. Or, cover blank spaces with a carpet of creeping phlox! Carpet phlox create dense mats of foliage that will be smothered in star-shaped blossoms come spring.
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Phlox plants are perfect for any sunny garden. Whether you're searching for colorful ground cover or tall centerpieces for your back or front yard, try phlox! Popular phlox varieties flower in pastel hues, including pink, white and blue, or in bold red. Cultivate creeping phlox for a low mounding ground plant that tops out at about six inches high. Along with ground cover plants, consider tall phlox for striking perennials sure to draw eyes.

Tall, statuesque phlox plants can reach heights up to three feet or more, and these multi-stemmed perennials can also spread up to two feet. Blooming phlox flowers from tall phlox plants will prove irresistible to butterflies, hummingbirds and humans. Lush carpet and creeping phlox plants will spread their rich green, semi-evergreen foliage 12 to 18 inches, and then in spring, this foliage will be smothered in delicate and colorful blossoms. For ground cover plants, carpet phlox can't be beat, as this multi-flowered perennial thrives across six hardiness zones and grows in both partially shaded and very sunny spaces.

Some taller varieties of phlox plants will perfume the air with a spicy-sweet fragrance. We carry both single-hued phlox plants and bicolored varieties. Plant blue or white creeping phlox patches together for dazzling, striped waves. For entryways, mix these ground cover plants with multiple shades of dwarf irises, and greet guests with a burst of color and variety.