Rock Garden Plants
Phlox  subulata ssp. brittonii (Small) Wherry   
Home
Families
Genus
Territory
Habitat
Synonyms
Types
Galery
Info
FamilyPOLEMONIACEAE
Genus species var.Phlox  subulata ssp. brittonii (Small) Wherry 
SynonymsPhlox brittonii Small (basionym)
 Phlox subulata var. brittonii (Small) Wherry
Territory Northeastern U.S.A.Southeastern U.S.A.MarylandOhioPennsylvaniaVirginiaWest Virginia
dry, rocky slopes
Description dark green, glandular-hirsute, leaves numerous, subulate, or narrowly linear-subulate, 5-10mm, ciliate, calyx glandular-pubescent, lobes subulate, corolla 12-13mm across
Size5-10cm
Colorwhite
Bloomsummer
Ca
Typesubshrub, carpet
Cultivationsunny, dry, rock crevices, protection against winter wet
alpine house, poor, drained soil, sun
Propagationseed in spring, barely covered, germ. 1-3 months, 16-18°C
cuttings in spring and late summer
BibliographySmall, J.K. (1933) Manual of the Southeastern Flora
USDA Plants Database plants.usda.gov
Version 8.0
(c) 1990-2016 RNDr. Pavel Slabý