Want to see what's hot at Walters Gardens? Check out Barb's Perennial Picks of the Week! This photo flyer shows a select group of perennials that are looking great this week. Don't miss out on these hot items! To view a current availability, click the link below.Learn More
This series explodes into bloom in mid spring and blooms up to a week before P. subulata, depending on the weather. Members of this series produce star-shaped, notched flowers over a rounded, spreading habit. These are moderate growers during year one in the garden, but will become a groundcover with age.
'Bedazzled Lavender' has lavender flowers with lighter halo centers and a dark purple star-shaped eye.Learn More
A replacement for ‘Emerald Pink', this creeping phlox has a richer rose color and larger flowers.Learn More
This variety forms a mound of bright green, needle-like foliage that is totally covered in light lavender-pink flowers with a dark wine purple eye. This plant has a more refined habit than ‘Emerald Pink' and a healthy, vigorous habit similar to ‘North Hills'.Learn More
A new hybrid Phlox that blooms after P. subulata but before P. paniculata. Rosy pink flowers with a subtle, dark eye are produced over a low, mounding habit of dark green foliage in late spring. Does not aggressively spread in the garden.Learn More
These spring groundcovers take creeping Phlox to the next level of refinement and beauty. Beautifully mounded habits look better later into the spring season - you'll want to show off these beauties like your finest jewelry. Mature plants will spread more in the garden.
'Pink Sparkles' has soft, baby pink flowers with lighter halos at the centers and is the earliest of the series to bloom with the largest flowers (1½”) - double the size of most other P. subulata types.Learn More
'Rose Quartz' has large, rose pink flowers (1-1¼”). A deeper shade than ‘Pink Sparkles' but lighter than ‘Ruby Riot'.Learn More