Groundbreaking purple flowers on a creeping phlox. Fantastic color will show well anywhere in the garden
Grass-like texture. This groundcover is great in sun to part shade. Flowers are inconspicuous.
White creeping phlox with pink centers.
Pink and white bicolor flowers carpet the ground in spring.
Deep pink flowers in spring carpet the ground. One of the better performing creeping phlox
Light blue flowers cover the plant in early spring.
Dwarf grass that stays low to the ground. Great matrix plant to interplant with short coneflowers and groundcovers like Mazus reptans or Veronica ‘Waterperry Blue’
The foliage is green during the summer, then turns a beautiful bronzy-red in fall. It provides the perfect backdrop for the brilliant gentian blue blooms which are present from late summer until the first hard frost.
Dwarf version of maiden grass. Beautiful fine textured foliage has an arching habit with pink changing to silver plumes in fall.
Another sport of the very popular Karl Foerster, its variegated foliage starts out with bright creamy-white margins which then fade to white with a pink flush. Feathery plumes with sand-colored sead heads appear in late spring.