The Top Three Sellers in Our 1-Quart Perennial Line-up: Phlox Subulata

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The Top Three Sellers in Our 1-Quart Perennial Line-up: Phlox Subulata

Today, we want to shine the spotlight on our top sellers in the 1-Quart line of perennials here at Millcreek Gardens. Taking the lead are the stunning varieties of Phlox Subulata: ‘Emerald Blue’, ‘Emerald Pink’, and ‘Snowflake’.

Phlox Emerald Blue

1.Phlox Subulata ‘Emerald Blue’

The captivating ‘Emerald Blue’ Phlox subulata has secured the first position with its vibrant blue blooms.

2. Phlox Subulata ‘Emerald Pink’

Following closely behind is the delicately hued ‘Emerald Pink’ Phlox subulata. Its soft, pink petals add a touch of romance to any landscape, effortlessly weaving a tapestry of elegance and charm.

3. Phlox Subulata ‘Snowflake’

Rounding out our top three champions is ‘Snowflake’ Phlox subulata. True to its name, this variety enchants with its pristine white blossoms, evoking the purity and tranquility of a snow-covered landscape.

As we approach the end of March, we’re excited to announce that our inventory of Phlox subulata is still abundant and bursting with promise. These beauties are not only filling up with buds but also eagerly awaiting their moment to dazzle your customers’ gardens. We urge you to seize the opportunity to stock up on these gems before they reach their peak bloom. Trust us; you wouldn’t want to miss out on their full splendor!

Why Phlox Subulata?

Phlox Subulata is a garden essential, renowned for its ability to infuse vibrant color and vitality into any landscape. Whether planted in mass groupings or nestled along garden borders, these resilient perennials never fail to captivate. Moreover, their nectar-rich blooms are irresistible to butterflies and hummingbirds, ensuring your garden remains abuzz with life.

Growing Tips:

For optimal growth, Phlox subulata thrives in soil with average moisture levels. Once established, they exhibit impressive drought tolerance, making them a low-maintenance addition to your garden. Their cascading habit makes them ideal for slopes, while their compact stature renders them perfect for edging.

Happy Gardening!