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Red Creeping Phlox

Phlox subulata 'Red Wings'
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Description

If you are looking for a colorful groundcover, look no further! Red Creeping Phlox is absolutely breath-taking! Red flowers blanket this spreading plant in spring and into summer. The foliage is evergreen so you can enjoy year-round interest. Red Wings Creeping Phlox is perfect for mass plantings. It also works great as a border or for exciting pops of color in mixed beds and rock or rustic gardens. This plant looks lovely cascading over walls, rocks, and containers.

Red Creeping Phlox is a versatile groundcover. It only grows to about 6 inches tall, but can spread up to 3 feet. It can handle difficult soil and is great for controlling erosion on slopes and hillsides. Consider creeping phlox for a grass substitute in hard to mow areas.

Key Features

  • Evergreen perennial. This plant offers year-round coverage.
  • Groundcover plant. Red Creeping Phlox stays low to the ground as it spreads.
  • Versatile in the landscape. This plant cascades beautifully down slopes, low walls, rocks, and containers. It controls erosion on hills and slopes and makes a great border. It can even replace grass in hard to mow spots. Plant it in mixed beds for pops of color or in mass for endless color.
  • Color. This plant adds loads of color! The crimson flowers are prolific and cover the entire plant in spring into summer.
  • Native plant. Because Red Creeping Phlox is a native plant it tends to be easy to grow and works symbiotically with its surrounding environment.
  • Easy care. This plant is extremely drought tolerant once it is established. It requires little to no maintenance.

This gorgeous red groundcover is sure to sell out fast. Buy Red Creeping Phlox for sale today!

growing zone 3-9
Shipping Restriction AZ
Soil Type Adaptable
Sunlight Full Sun
Drought Tolerance Good
Mature Width 2-3 Feet
Fall Color Green
Bloom Color Red

How To Care

Plant Red Wings Creeping Phlox in spring and fall for best results. In cooler zones summer is a great time to plant as well. In warmer areas where the ground is able to be dug, winter planting works too. This phlox is recommended for growing zones 3 to 9.

This creeping phlox enjoys full sun and well-drained soil. In subtropical regions, some afternoon shade won’t hurt. Water this plant thoroughly about 2 times per week for the first 3 months while it is establishing. Once established, this red creeping phlox is extremely drought tolerant. Mulch can be used after planting to help the soil retain moisture longer and keep weeds that compete for moisture and nutrients away. Fertilize your phlox with our balanced Slow-Release Fertilizer when planting and each spring for best results. Deadheading is not necessary, although it can extend bloom time and even increase the number of blooms. These plants are salt, pollution, and rocky, and sandy soil tolerant as well as deer resistant.

Pro Tip: Do not overwater Red Creeping Phlox. Because they are low to the ground, constant moisture so close to the plant can promote disease. Allow the soil to dry before watering.

Shipping Restriction AZ
Soil Type Adaptable
Sunlight Full Sun
Drought Tolerance Good
Mature Width 2-3 Feet
Fall Color Green
Bloom Color Red

Landscape Ideas

As a groundcover Red Creeping Phlox is versatile, low growing, and spreading. It only grows to about 6 inches tall, but spreads up to 3 feet wide.

  • This evergreen perennial is perfect for mass plantings if you like dramatic color.
  • It also creates a beautiful border.
  • For exciting pops of color, plant this phlox in mixed beds and rock or rustic gardens.
  • This plant grows over walls, rocks, and containers.

For additional options, browse our Phlox and Ground Cover Plants collections.

Shipping Restriction AZ
Soil Type Adaptable
Sunlight Full Sun
Drought Tolerance Good
Mature Width 2-3 Feet
Fall Color Green
Bloom Color Red

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