Plant ID: 1. Phlox Subulata Candy Stripe , also known as Moss Pink or Creeping Phlox , is a low-growing , evergreen perennial with striking pink and white striped flowers. With a mat-forming habit, this showy perennial is often used for rockeries, on slopes, and in flower borders. Similar to other varieties of Moss Phlox, Phlox Subulata Candy Stripe is enveloped by masses of tiny flowers in late spring. The dainty flowers remain for 3 to 4 weeks before dropping. Although completely hidden during the flowering season, the evergreen foliage offers interest for the better part of the year. Tiny, needle-like green leaves form a dense, carpet-like mound that is ideal as a ground cover.
Phlox subulata 'Candy Stripe' Creeping Phlox is a delightful evergreen perennial with masses of candy pink and white striped flowers which enthusiastically blanket the dark green glossy foliage in mid to late spring. Vigorous, it forms a lovely cushion and adds splashes of color for about weeks. Perfect for rocky areas, slopes and flower borders. Not sure which Phlox to pick? Compare All Phlox.