Lysimachia nummularia 'Aurea' (Golden Creeping Jenny)

This herbaceous perennial features creeping vines bearing bright yellow coin-shaped leaves that form a leafy mat that spreads by rhizomes. Will likely kill off other groundcovers. Moderate growth rate.

Blooms early to mid-summer
0.25-0.5 ft tall x 1-1.5 ft spread
HARDY to -10°F (-23.3°C)
Groundcover

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Zone Zone 5
Exposure Full Sun to Partial Shade
Moisture Moderate Moisture

Star-shaped chartreuse flowers in loose clusters on light green soft, velvety leaves that are partially folded. Toothed scalloped lobes are hairy and the leaves sparkle with the morning dew. Clumping.

Blooms in early spring-summer
6-12 in tall x 12-24 in spread
HARDY to -40°F (-40°C)
Attracts butterflies
Deer and rabbit resistant
Self-seeding; remove spent flowers to avoid spread

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Clusters of small magenta-pink saucer-shaped flowers grow on deep green foliage that turns scarlet red in the fall and creates a dense spreading mound. Fast growth rate.

Blooms early summer to mid fall
0.5-1 ft tall x 1-2 ft spread
Attracts butterflies
Drought tolerant
Deer and rabbit resistant
Groundcover

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Light pink, double, fragrant, slow growth rate, blooms late spring to early summer, 3 ft tall x 3 ft wide, full sun to partial shade.

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This perennial features large, bright, scarlet orange blooms that flower profusely on foliage of glossy green leaves that sport an interesting tinge of purple-bronze. Moderate growth rate.

Blooms early to mid-summer
1-1.5 ft tall x 1 ft spread
HARDY to -30°F (-34.4°C)
Attracts bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds
Deer and rabbit resistant
Drought tolerant

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This herbaceous perennial forms a low mat of bright green leaves and dainty, tubular lavender-purple blooms, providing a charming groundcover that is perfect for rock gardens or as a fill-in between stepping stones. Fast growth rate. 

Blooms late spring
0.25 ft tall x 0.5-1 ft spread
HARDY to -20°F (-28.9°C)
Deer and rabbit resistant 
Groundcover

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