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Phlox  hoodii ssp. muscoides (Nutt.) Wherry   
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FamilyPOLEMONIACEAE
Genus species var.Phlox  hoodii ssp. muscoides (Nutt.) Wherry 
SynonymsPhlox muscoides Nutt.
 Phlox bryoides Nutt.
Territory Northwestern U.S.A.North-Central U.S.A.Southwestern U.S.A.
dry, stony grassland
Altitudelowland-montane
Description leaves densely imbricate, ovate or triangular-lanceolate, 2-3mm long, densely arachnose, flowers solitary, terminal, calyx lobes subulate, flowers 1cm, lobes obovate, 3mm
Size5-10cm
Colorpurple, white
Bloomlate spring, summer
Ca
Typecarpet
Cultivationsunny site with a deep, drained soil
alpine house, rich, drained soil, sun
Propagationseed in spring, barely covered, germ. 1-3 months, 16-18°C
cuttings in spring and late summer
BibliographyCronquist, A. et al. (1972-2005) Intermountain Flora
USDA Plants Database plants.usda.gov
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