Soleirolia


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Soleirolia (mind your own business) and Veronica (speedwell) were initially introduced to our garden as ornamentals for the Victorian rock garden but today they are considered invasive by many gardeners.
If you want your living wall in the shade, you will have to use plants such as ferns, ivies and 'mind your own business' (Soleirolia soleirolii) but try not to use species which are going to become too invasive.
& Rose Petroselinum crispum (Mill.) 1852 Si Fuss Urticaceae Soleirolia soleirolii (Req.) 1987 Si Dandy Valerianaceae Centranthus ruber (L.) DC.
Beat the hosepipe ban with your pick of plants that love a dry summer Low-growing green plants such as soleirolia soleirolii, or mind your own business, work well with bright showy and spiky flowers' Pink dahlias match the sun loungers in this city garden' Big spiky plants such as Agave Amenirana cope well with a drought' Red and pink gerbera daisies continue the colour theme' Sculptured succulent Aeonium Schwarzkopf is a real eye-catcher Pictures: GARDEN PICTURE LIBRARY/ CLIVE NICHOLS/ GAP
They used baby's tears (Soleirolia soleirolii) and creeping Jenny, both of which make low mats of soft leaves, to conceal the pond's concrete edges.
There is a wonderful variegated form of this and you would need to ask for Helxine, although the botanists have now changed this to Soleirolia soleirolii Aurea.
Tip LINE hanging baskets with the mind your own business plant, soleirolia ?
Add softer greenery like bun moss or even moss from your lawn to add to a trough for the table, including other items such as mind-your-own-business (Soleirolia soleirolii) and bead plant (Nertera granadensis).
Soleirolia soleirolii, by which it is known botanically, is a creeping perennial, so you need to get rid of every plant, roots and all.
If you want your living wall in the shade, you will have to use plants such as ferns, ivies and "mind your own business" (Soleirolia soleirolii) but try not to use species which are going to become too invasive.