Can any of my garden experts tell me the name of this plant?

I bought this geranium and the long, drapey vine was included, but I have no idea what it is. It has amazingly stayed long and strong all summer.
q can any of my garden experts tell me the name of this plant , gardening, plant id
  16 answers
  • Cathy Hanselman Cathy Hanselman on Aug 14, 2016
    licorice plant?
  • Joyce Griffith Joyce Griffith on Aug 14, 2016
  • Sue taylor Sue taylor on Aug 14, 2016
    Dichondra repens is a small, prostrate, herbaceous plant native to New Zealand and many parts of Australia. It is commonly known as kidney weed in Australia and as Mercury Bay weed in New Zealand.
  • Marilee H Marilee H on Aug 14, 2016
    Certainly looks like some kind of dichondra groundcover.
  • Angela Meyer Angela Meyer on Aug 14, 2016
    Dichronda.... for sure!
  • Judi Judi on Aug 14, 2016
    licorice plant
  • Lynne B. Lynne B. on Aug 14, 2016
    Helichrysum petiolare - licorice plant. Considered to be invasive by some.
  • Cristine Meixner Cristine Meixner on Aug 14, 2016
    silver rain
  • Lori Lori on Aug 15, 2016
    Silver pony foot, Dichondra argentea or kidneyweed. Known by all these names. I know this because I have a lot of it. I used it as a ground cover and hanging from pots. I live in Cedar Park Texas
  • Mic530064 Mic530064 on Aug 15, 2016
    It's dichondra silver falls
  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Aug 15, 2016
    Dichondra silver falls is the correct answer.
  • LadyJoker LadyJoker on Aug 15, 2016
    Dichondra is correct and it does nee to be kept in line - grows fast and can take over your garden area
  • Crystal masterson Crystal masterson on Aug 15, 2016
    Agree. Dicondra silver falls. I have one with the plant ID still stuck in the container.
  • Msi1170121 Msi1170121 on Aug 15, 2016
    It depends on where you live. Here in Texas, it's known as Silver Pony Foot. That's why going from area to area, you need the botanical name...Dicondra argentea.
  • Lar1565931 Lar1565931 on Aug 15, 2016
    In the deep south we know it as "creeping nellie"
  • Mandy Smith Mandy Smith on Aug 17, 2016
    Looks like Licorice plant.
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