creeping Jenny


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Synonyms for creeping Jenny

a loosestrife vine

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Wants: small roots/bulbs, dog-tooth violets, bleeding heart, snow poppy, gentian, wood sorrel, hostas, deep shade ferns, bell wort, creeping Jenny, lily of the valley, Irish or peacock moss, English bluebells, snow drops, lily leek, Turk's-cap lily, honeysuckle, skunk cabbage
Creeping Jenny also offers hemp collars and leashes, hemp rope bones, and organic catnip and hemp toys.
The wetland area consists of a pond and bog plants such as marsh marigold, creeping Jenny, greater spearwort, and many more.
Lysimachia Aurea, known as creeping Jenny, is a good choice as an edging plant around containers.
A Busy Lizzie B Mother-in-law's tongue C Flaming Katy D Creeping Jenny QUESTION 10 - for 10 points: Which country seat is home to the Marquess of Bath?
They have been bursting with petunias, begonias, verbena, creeping jenny and lobelias.
Try goldenleaved hostas, lysimachia mummularia Aurea - golden Creeping Jenny in common parlance.
In my time, unable to eradicate creeping jenny, we lived with it or survived it.
The plants: (A) Salvia farinacea 'Victoria', (B) Coleus x hybridus, (C) heliotrope, (D) Pelargonium 'Golden Angel', (E) Pelargonium x domesticum 'Grand Slam', (F) Pelargonium peltatum 'Comedy', (G) Petunia x hybrida Marco Polo, (H) creeping Jenny (Lysimachia nummularia), (I) Tradescantia fluminensis, (J) Verbena x hybrida, (K) Coleus 'Merlot', (L) Helichrysum petiolare 'Limelight'.
Here's how to contain invasive plants like mint, strawberries, creeping Jenny and gooseneck loosestrife.
Herbs are ideal for wellies, or even secure them on to a fence panel to make wall hangers - use plastic ties - and fill them with trailing plants like begonias and creeping Jenny.
The golden form of creeping jenny, Lysimachia nummularia 'Aurea' is an excellent low, ground cover plant for damper areas of the garden and will compliment red and purple forms of Heuchera, ornamental Rhubarb (Rheum palmatum) and Rodgersia.
The best include tree heather or Erica arborea Albert's Gold, the golden grass hakonechloa, golden feverfew and creeping Jenny or Lysimachia nummularia, an excellent trailer useful for disguising pot rims
Some plants such as thyme and creeping Jenny will tolerate being parked over and can be planted in pockets in gravel.
Fringe: Bacopa, campanula, creeping Jenny, Lamium maculatum.