Phlox douglasii ‘Rosea’ is part of the Polemoniaceae family of plants. It is a compact evergreen perennial. They also call it the Tufted Phlox ‘Rosea’, or Columbia Phlox ‘Rosea’. Phlox douglasii is native to the northwestern United States.
It grows to about 10cm or 4in tall. The leaves are awl-shaped or needle-like and dark green. It has light purplish-pink flowers, about 1.5cm or 1in wide. They grow in terminal clusters. Phlox douglasii ‘Rosea’ flowers in late spring.
How to grow Phlox douglasii ‘Rosea’:
Grow Phlox douglasii ‘Rosea’ in the sun or partial shade. Plant it in rich, fertile but well-drained soil. Propagate by softwood cuttings, take the cuttings from non-flowering stems. Deadhead the flowers. Watch out for powdery mildew otherwise it is a pest-free.