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white flowers for hill

I’m planting white creeping phlox and would like to have something white to bloom after the phlox stops blooming. I have a large hill and am concerned about soil erosion all the while keeping the white flowers.


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#1 Comment By Downtoearthdigs On 04/15/2015 @ 1:49 am

Is this a sunny or shade location? Are you only looking for one other planting? Are you planting on a hill, or is the hillside something that would drain into the garden area?

For a shady area, ground cover I might recommend Sweet Woodruff.
White Lobelia would be nice in a sunny location.

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