Lysimachia - please refer to plant caretag for specific information
Botanical names - Lysimachia nummularia.
Features - Extremely easy to grow, with prolific trailing limbs that quickly cascade over the rims of pots or hanging baskets. Dime sized leaves display trailing discs of greenish gold that turn-bright yellow in sun. Makes an excellent accent plant, even in shade.
Height - Trailing vine up from 24" to 36" (61-91 cm) in length.
Soil and water - Grows best in well drained, moderately dry soil. Average water needs.
Light requirements - Will grow in sun or shade.
Best use - An attention-getting groundcover that's also a superb addition to patio pots and hanging baskets.
Growing tips - Hardy to -40°F, so you can overwinter it as a perennial in a garden bed. Prune to shape if needed. This plant is attractive to bees, butterflies and/or birds.
Trailing vines facts
Vines with rootlets should not be allowed to grow on wood houses or wooden parts of brick houses.
Most vines grow towards light by elongating their stems and attaching to any support available.
Vines with rootlets growing on tree trunks are not harmful unless they cover the tree's foliage.
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Planning your garden
For beginners it is important to draw a garden layout plan
• Choose plants suitable for the site (sun vs. shade, soil, etc)
• Arrange plants according to their height
• Arrange according to plant form and texture
• Arrange according to flowering periods for constant blooming
• Arrange in groupings by type and color considerations