Drummonds Pink - Phlox Subulata Bare Root Plugs
With spring-time around the corner, gardeners are planning which type of beautiful flower will decorate their home. It's so many selections to make depending on style, upkeep, and availability. For someone looking for something to give an extra flair to their home, look no further than the Drummond's Pink. They grow well in zones 3-9.
The Phlox Subulata Drummond's Pink is one of the most abundant, most wide-spread flowers.
Something more captivating than how they seem to consume any area they cover is the fact that they exude such a vibrant color. These flowers are deep vibrant pink flowers with a dark pink center. These beautiful flowers lay on top of an evergreen mat of bright green foliage. The leaves on the plant are sharply pointed, making then attractive to the tip. This flower has the largest bloom size out of all species of creeping phlox. All of these plants are popular for creating some plant cushion. This plant usually decorates rock gardens as well as decorative borders and beds.
This big personality plant deserves and requires a significant amount of sunlight. It is also drought-resistant, with its native community being a dry prairie. It is a low maintenance plant and can adapt to a wide range of soil conditions as long as you have the essential sun exposure. They are more wide-spread in the Midwest. Another fantastic thing about these plants is that they can be pruned after they bloom. Doing this will keep the flowers appearing neat and low to the surface, giving a better appearance to rocks or retaining walls. They usually can survive in mid-spring for two weeks and grow from anywhere between 4-6 inches. This beautiful flower attracts both butterflies and pollinators, and they are rabbit and deer-resistant.
Anybody looking for a vibrant plant to bring more light and energy to their home this mid-spring needs to buy a phlox subulata Drummonds pink.
It will be a fantastic addition to your home and garden.
The Drummonds Pink Phlox subulata is shipped bare root.