Answer: Perennial, or creeping phlox, produces spectacular color in spring (although some bloom in summer). Plants thrive in full sun or part shade, in moist, well-drained, fertile soil. Deadhead regularly to keep plants looking neat. Phlox are highly prone to mold in warm, damp weather; to minimize the risk, site where air circulation is good (do not plant near walls) and thin plants after bloom so there's some space between them. Try to avoid wetting the leaves when watering, or water early in the day so the leaves have a chance to dry out before nightfall. Good luck with your phlox!
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