Goldi Creeping Jenny (Lysimachia nummularia ‘Goldi’)
A robust golden Creeping Jenny with strong blooming. Cascades over rocks and through streams.
Creeping Jenny has attracted quite the following among water gardeners in the U.S. And what’s not to love? It’s hardy, versatile and just right for adding some colors on the edge of streams or hanging over rocks.
Creeping Jenny comes in colors ranging from green to yellow-striped to solid yellow. Goldi Creeping Jenny boasts bright golden leaves and grows sunny yellow flowers that add a bit of character to any pond garden.
Goldi Creeping Jenny, like other plants in its family, thrives in a range of conditions. It’s winter hardy and does equally well in wet and dry climates. This hardiness makes Creeping Jenny overly aggressive in some parts of the northern U.S., but it is perfectly controllable in areas like Pennsylvania and the rest of the Mid-Atlantic.
Goldi Creeping Jenny pairs well with other groundcovers that can co-habitate without getting in each others’ ways. Green Parrot Feather, for example, adds a great contrast to Goldi Creeping Jenny’s yellow leaves, while Bog Bean rises above the low-lying Jenny to create a mosaic on the edge of your pond.
|Exposure||Filtered Sun to Part Shade|
|Where to Plant||Moist Soil or Shallow Water (Up to 1 Inch Deep)|
Filtered Sun to Part Shade
|Where to Plant|
Moist Soil or Shallow Water (Up to 1 Inch Deep)