Lysimachia Nummularia. Blooming in early to midsummer, single, bright yellow, cup. Roots where leaf nodes come in contact with the soil.
It is the golden creeping jenny, lysimachia nummularia ‘aurea’, that makes an excellent trailing plant, a little less vigorous than the green form. Blooming in early to midsummer, single, bright yellow, cup. Lysimachia nummularia is an evergreen perennial growing to 0.2 m (0ft 8in) by 0.6 m (2ft) at a fast rate.
Blooming In Early To Midsummer, Yellow Flowers With Five Pointed Lobes Are Borne In The Leaf Axils.
It does particularly well in compacted and high ph soils. It is in leaf all year, in flower from june to august, and the seeds ripen from august to september. Long (2.5 cm), along the procumbent stems.
Hence The Common Names, Such As Moneywort, Which Also Reference Coins.
It is the golden creeping jenny, lysimachia nummularia ‘aurea’, that makes an excellent trailing plant, a little less vigorous than the green form. County and jepson region polygons can be turned off and on using the check boxes. Zawadzkii), can be a nice addition to containers or in other locations where its spread can be limited.this genus was traditionally placed in the primrose family.
It Is Hardy To Uk Zone 4.
Wonderful in containers or hanging baskets where it will spill gracefully. When planted in water the leaves float otherwise it creeps along the ground. This versatile evergreen is useful for spilling over the edge of hanging baskets, pots or window boxes and can also be used as ground cover in a moist border.
Lysimachia Nummularia Is A Species Of Flowering Plant In The Family Myrsinaceae.
Creeping jenny is a low growing ground cover in the primrose family that roots at nodes as it grows along the ground. From the dichotomous key of flora novae angliae. Creeping jenny (lysimachia nummularia) is a good british native creeping plant for the pond margins or bog garden which has rounded yellow flowers from june to august set against dense bright to dark green foliage.
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Lysimachia are a varied group, some are low creeping woodland plants, sometimes called ‘creeping jenny’ or ‘moneywort’. Lysimachia nummularia 'aurea' my garden. See above for usda hardiness.