Susan Brown
Susan Brown
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  • Durham, NC

Ground Cover ...creeping Jenny

Within the last couple years I added creepiing jenny to my garden. I love this ground cover. Friends of mines grew it and I loved it in their yard, but never thought of adding it to my garden. Now, that I have,i regret the delay. Perfect for this heat wave we are having now. It really thrives in spring and fall and loves creeping over rocks. I have it in containers and also one of my water fountains. It lives up to its name!
ground cover creeping jenny
ground cover creeping jenny
ground cover creeping jenny

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  • Elaine Simmons
    on Jul 20, 2013

    Doug, I failed to add to that post that I love the Creeping Jenny. I don't mind it being invasive because it hugs the ground and fill in where there are no flowers.

  • Sweda
    on Jul 21, 2013

    I have it in my front garden,it covers more than my mulch! It is a beautiful color,I just love it!

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