creeping Jenny

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Synonyms for creeping Jenny

a loosestrife vine

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Creeping Charlie, Creeping Jenny, Cat's foot, Giraffe head, Veronica, and Prostate spurge.
Be sure to avoid plants that are considered invasive species in your area, like Creeping Jenny (Moneywort), which is listed as an invasive species in Tennessee, Wisconsin and the Northeast.
Native bugles and the little yellow creeping Jenny are both natives and will do the job with gusto.
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
If you're looking for all-natural pet bedding, Creeping Jenny's the place.
Creeping Jenny, botanically known as Lysimachia nummularia, spills gold over the edges of containers.
Creeping jenny (Lysimachia Aurea) has yellow-green leaves and is often used to cascade over the edges of containers and baskets.
Another way of introducing colour in winter is using plants that provide highlights of Helichrysum, cream and green trailing ivies, golden creeping Jenny (Lysimachia 'Aurea') and Euonymus 'Emerald 'n' Gold'.
Lysimachia Aurea, known as creeping Jenny, is a good choice as an edging plant around containers.
They have been bursting with petunias, begonias, verbena, creeping jenny and lobelias.
I liked to watch the shovels turn up the earth in curling shards until we came to a patch of "creeping jenny," a tough, crawling vine that suffocated young corn.
* 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.
Plant it out with a range of tall and short bog plants, such as ground-hugging Lysimachia nummularia (creeping jenny) and proud Iris ensata ( Japanese water iris), for maximum impact.
It will provide solid cover, is controllable and won't take over borders if you take your eye off it for a few weeks, like Creeping Jenny.