Phlox - Knowledgebase Question

Ormond Beach, FL
Question by hamelenterpr
May 17, 2006
Living In Florida, my soil is very sandy. I am looking for a plant that will cover a lot of ground in my front yard. I like the look of the creeping phlox, but does it so well in mostly sandy soil or even in my zone? Is there another direction you can point me in?


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Answer from NGA
May 17, 2006

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Jessica,
Creeping phlox can be grown in a sandy soil with some bright shade or morning sun and some compost mixed into the soil. Keep the soil moist.

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