Flower Moneywort, Creeping jenny photo


Flower Moneywort, Creeping jenny

Latin name: Lysimachia nummularia

yellow Flower Moneywort, Creeping jenny photo
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yellow Flower Moneywort, Creeping jenny photo
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flower coloryellow
life spanperennial
landscape usegroundcover, water Garden, border, rock garden
timing of floweringjuly, june
soil acidityneutral soil
soil typesandy loam soil, loamy soil
water needshigh
light needssemi-shade
cold hardiness zone8 (-12 to -7°C), 7 (-18 to -12°C), 6 (-23 to -18°C), 5 (-29 to -23°C), 4 (-34 to -29°C), 3 (-40 to -34°C)
method of cultivationnon seedlings
poisonous or toxicnot poisonous plant
type of stemcreeper
fragrant flowerno fragrance
shelter in wintershelter is not required
plant height (cm)5-30 cm
flower sizemiddle
frost resistancefrost resistance

Flower Moneywort, Creeping jenny photo

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