An excellent British native creeping ground cover for cool soil. Golden-yellow buttercup-like flowers from June to August. The leaves are glossy and supposedly look like coins, hence one of its common names Moneywort.
A vigorous grower that is happy in a wide range of soils and situations, including wet soil.
Also makes a good container or basket plant, where the flowering tendrils drop down over the edges.
Height and spread: 8cm x 50cm
Common name(s): Creeping Jenny, Moneywort, Roving Sailor, Meadow Runagates.
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