What is the plant
Creeping Jenny is a glossy, evergreen perennial and member of the Primulacea family will quickly create a carpet of low-growing wandering stems covered in pairs of zingy, lime green oval leaves. The stems are covered with cup-shaped yellow flowers.
Given its reputation, it’s wise to position Creeping Jenny away from other plants. The main problem most people have with creeping Jenny is that it spreads. If you plant it in the garden, it can quickly take over a spot if it's not kept under control. However, if your soil is on the drier side, that will impede some of its growth. It will not tolerate completely dry soil, however, so don't let it dry out in its container.
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