Creeping Jenny is the perfect match for your garden if you want to replace a dull space with a radiant green shade. This plant is a groundcover plant that got its name from its invasive habits. It will surely claim its spot rapidly but this is a low-maintenance plant, so you can easily become friends if you choose the right corner.
Creeping Jenny, also known as moneywort due to its tiny leaves that are shaped like coins, is a vining perennial originally from Europe. This plant is a drought-resistant plant that will best fit rocky areas or pond areas. Its evergreen leafy vines will spread rapidly through the garden, so it is best placed in a spot where you can control and tame its growth. It will trail over the ground and on the walls or fences. Just make sure it does not trail outside your garden, as it can get a bit too invasive in the surroundings.