One of the most widely used groundcovers, creeping phlox form a carpet of colorful tiny flowers in early spring. Creeping phlox come in pink, red, and blue and when massed together make a powerful statement in the landscape. Creeping phlox are best used when planted on a slop or hill, although they also make a great edging groundcover. Trim back after the plant is done blooming to promote spreading and to make a more attractive groundcover during the summer months.
Aurinia saxatilis ‘Summit’ (Basket of Gold)
Aurinia, or Basket of Gold, is a perennial alyssum here in Minnesota. Clusters of of tiny, golden yellow flowers blanket the plant from late spring…Learn More
Astrantia major ‘Star of Fire’ (Masterwort)
Astrantia, or Masterwort, is a wonderful woodland plant preferring cool, moist, shady places rich in organic matter. These plants flower all summer long – from…Learn More
Aster novae-angliae ‘Vibrant Dome’
Vibrant Dome forms neat, compact mounds with masses of vibrant, hot pink flowers. Cut back in late June for a bushier plant with more flowers.…Learn More