Creeping Jenny is a great pond plant and an excellent addition to your water garden feature! Beautiful, green foliage has round leaves that spill down the side of a planting container, or cascade down the rockery of your waterfall. Bright-yellow blooms on Creeping Jenny add to the delightful look of this hardy pond plant in the summer! Creeping Jenny grows 2 - 6 inches tall and can grow to 12 inches wide in a season. Stays green spring through fall! This low growing pond plant makes a lovely ground cover as well! Creeping Jenny adds interest to the bog area of your pond providing textural interest and sensational groundcover.
Height Grows 2 - 6 inches tall
Width Spreads up to 1 foot over the summer
Sunlight Requirements Full sun to full shade (blooms better in full sun)
Moisture Requirements Moist soil to shallow water
Bloom Time All summer long with small yellow blooms amidst the leaves
Fertilize May through August, use fertilizer tabs when placing creeping jenny in the pond
Zone Hardy in zones 4 - 8
Plant in moist soil in your terrestrial garden or in pots with up to 3 inches of water above the roots in loam soil. Grows well in full sun to full shade. Creeping Jenny is great when planted at the base of taller specimens to hide the container or add interest! This perennial pond plant does beautifully when allowed to drape over rock walls or meandering through the waterfall!