Blue Moneywort or Lindernia Grandiflora, is native to the southeast, USA. Blue Moneywort or (Lindernia Grandiflora) is a lovely, low growing, dense ground cover that spreads across the ground with attractive, glossy- green, heart shaped foliage and pretty little lavender-blue flowers which contrast nicely! This pond plant is so pretty when planted at water's edge or at the base of larger, taller specimens, only growing 1 - 3 inches tall. Blue Moneywort looks lovely spilling out of hanging baskets with violet-blue blooms, spring through summer. A pretty little perennial pond plant to dress up your water garden! Lovely for bog areas or moist soil in your terrestrial garden as well.
Height 1 - 3 inches tall
Width Grows to 20 inches wide, with a running spread
Blooms Spring through summer
Moisture Needs Moist Soil
Light Requirements Full sun to part shade (needs shade in extreme heat)
Fertilize Once a month, May through August
Zone 7 - 11 (Hardy to 0 degrees Fahrenheit)
Blue Moneywort is a winter-hardy pond plant. Plant this delightful plant with roots in moist soil, at water's edge, in full sun to light shade. Dense, green foliage is low growing and covered in blooms all summer long! Make sure you plant this pond plant at water's surface or above. Part sun/Part shade is necessary when grown in areas where the heat is extreme.