A long-blooming selection with two inch rosy-purple flower heads. These globe-shaped flowers are held high above a mound of attractive, glossy green foliage in late summer. Attractive seed heads appear after flowering. An excellent deer and rabbit resistant perennial.
Fuzzy, chartreuse to lime green, nearly evergreen foliage erupts in September with white fountains of pure white flowers continuing until frost. A very easy-care plant tolerant of dry shade and a wide variety of conditions.
Clusters of purple flowers are borne in abundance in early spring atop the low lush green foliage of this hardy evergreen groundcover and it's short stature allows it to fill in beneath and around larger plants. Sherwood Purple is one of the more vigorous selections of Creeping Phlox quickly filling in around other perennials and beneath shrubs. An excellent choice for deciduous shade or partially shaded areas with average moisture. Phlox are great for butterflies!