flowers-00815 - Ground of Moss Pink - phlox subulata [2366x3457]

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Ground of Moss Pink - phlox subulata - high resolution image from old book.

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phlox subulata
Category:Garden plants
Category:Perennial plants
Category:Phlox subulata
Category:Flora of Maryland
Category:Flora of the United States
Category:Flora of North America
Category:Plants described in 1753
Phlox subulata (creeping phlox, moss phlox, moss pink, or mountain phlox) is a species of flowering plant in the family Polemoniaceae, native to eastern and central USA, and widely cultivated. Growing to 15 cm (6 in) high and covering a 50 cm (20 in) wide area, it is an evergreen perennial forming mats or cushions of hairy, linear leaves. The small, five-petaled flowers bloom in rose, mauve, blue, white, or pink in late spring to early summer. The Latin specific epithet subulata means awl- or needle-shaped. The odor given off by the plants is mistaken for that of marijuana.

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Width in pixels 2366
Height in pixels 3457
source info Published before 1923.
A guide to the wild flowers New York, Stokes[1899]
Marian Ellis Rowan (1848 4 October 1922)
Publisher: New York, Stokes