Golden Creeping Jenny - Hardy Bog Plant

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Golden Creeping Jenny (Lysimachia nummularia 'Aurea')

Sold with 5 unrooted stems to a bunch; usually planted as a bog plant, but can also be used as an aquarium plant. Minimum purchase of 5 bunches (25 stems total)

Golden Creeping Jenny is an excellent ground cover used in and around the rocks of your pond and waterfall. It fills the voids and gives your pond a more natural look. The rounded leaves along the stems form a dense chain of foliage. Looks magnificent cascading down a waterfall or tumbling over the edge of a container garden. Bright yellow flowers during the summer months. Full sun promotes bright yellow foliage while shade will promote a lime green color, but will burn in full sun in hot dry climates. Evergreen.

Hardiness Zone: 4-10
Planting Container: We recommend a 4" Planting Basket.
Light Requirements: full sun to shade
Height: 1" - Spread: 12" to 18"
Water Depth: Moist Soil or water to 1" deep (Maximum water depth is for mature bog plants)


Golden Creeping Jenny (Lysimachia nummularia 'Aurea') is restricted in MA - know your state laws.

For planting instructions see our: Planting Instructions for Bog Plants Page.


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  • 5
    Golden Creeping Jenny

    Posted by Debbie Player on Jun 14th 2022

    These arrived in excellent condition. Very vibrant and healthy.

  • 5
    Creeping Jenny

    Posted by PAULA BARKER on May 18th 2019

    Also a very healthy plant, can't wait for warm up to see flowers. tks, LilyBlooms

  • 4
    Water Fleas

    Posted by Unknown on May 15th 2016

    Jenny arrived looking limp but recovered quickly after following enclosed instructions. Oddly, they were covered with water fleas but once I have fish in the new pond that should be no problem. It has been overcast and rainy ever since they were place in pond so there has been no growth to report on as yet.

  • 4
    looks good

    Posted by Unknown on May 11th 2016

    When the plants came in I placed them in pond water and in my greenhouse for 3 days. I then placed them around my bog. And they seem to be sending out near roots. Looks like they will be taking off as the weather warms up.