creeping Jenny


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Related to creeping Jenny: creeping thyme, creeping Charlie, Creeping Phlox

creeping Jen·ny

also creeping Jen·nie  (jĕn′ē)
n.
1. See moneywort.
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Noun1.creeping Jenny - a loosestrife vinecreeping Jenny - a loosestrife vine      
loosestrife - any of various herbs and subshrubs of the genus Lysimachia
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For example, the silver of Helichrysum, cream and green trailing ivies, golden creeping Jenny (Lysimachia 'Aurea') and Euonymus 'Emerald 'n' Gold'.
Another way of introducing colour in winter is using plants that provide highlights of Helichrysum, cream and green trailing ivies, golden creeping Jenny (Lysimachia 'Aurea') and Euonymus 'Emerald 'n' Gold'.
It will provide solid cover, is controllable and won't take over borders if you take your eye off it for a few weeks, like Creeping Jenny.
Dark-leaved varieties such as Chocolate Ruffles look especially good underplanted with the ground-hugging dead nettle, Lamium 'Beacon Silver' and the golden blooms of Lysimachia 'Aurea', creeping Jenny.
Bidder must spray any noxious weeds and creeping jenny on the said property.
The Emerson is good for throwing dirt on vining weeds, like creeping jenny," he says.
Creeping jenny (Lysimachia nummularia 'Goldilocks'): light green leaves.
Creeping Charlie, Creeping Jenny, Cat's foot, Giraffe head, Veronica, and Prostate spurge.
Be sure to avoid plants that are considered invasive species in your area, like Creeping Jenny (Moneywort), which is listed as an invasive species in Tennessee, Wisconsin and the Northeast.
Native bugles and the little yellow creeping Jenny are both natives and will do the job with gusto.