2 Creeping Jenny Starter Plants With Roots Ground Cover
Creeping Jenny Starter Plants With Roots Ground Cover
The creeping jenny plant, also known as moneywort or Lysimachia, is an evergreen perennial plant belonging to the Primulaceae family.
Creeping Jenny is a perennial with bright, small yellow flowers. Though the blooms won't last long, they are pretty. For that reason, this low-growing "creeper" is best grown for its foliage, which makes an excellent ground cover.
Botanical Name: Lysimachia nummularia Common Name: Creeping Jenny, moneywort, herb twopence, twopenny grass Plant Type: Evergreen ground cover Mature Size: 2-4 in. tall, 12-18 in. wide Sun Exposure: Full sun Soil Type: well-draining sandy, loamy, or clay Soil pH: Acid, alkaline, neutral Bloom Time: Summer Flower Color: Yellow Hardiness Zones: 4-9 (USDA) Native Area: Western Asia, and Europe
Quantity: 2 starter plants (1 or 2 pieces per plant) with roots