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For a dazzling burst of colour, go for Phlox subulata 'Tamaongelei', with its show-stopping cerise flowers.
For a dazzling burst of colour, go for Phlox subulata "Tamaongelei", with its show-stopping cerise flowers.
There are many different types of phlox, including erect, evergreen and herbaceous perennials, but among the best are the spring-flowering dwarf varieties such as Phlox subulata, mainly in shades of blue, pink and red.
Phlox subulata and centranthus ruber are cheap gap fillers.
Varieties of Phlox subulata and Phlox douglasii are the ones to choose.
You can even select mini plants of your favourite border varieties such as Achillea tomentosa, Aster alpinus, Campanula cochleariifolia, Phlox subulata and Helichrysum bellidiodes.