Creeping Jenny Plant

Creeping Jenny Plant. Cover the plant with a shade net or something similar to avoid wilting. It prefers moist, fertile soil but spreads less aggressively in drier, poorer soil.

Creeping Thyme Plant Care How To Plant Creeping Thyme
Creeping Thyme Plant Care How To Plant Creeping Thyme from www.gardeningknowhow.com

The plant is native to europe but grown in the us and in other places as ground cover. All that is required is to establish new plants by digging up a section of an existing patch, separating them, and planting them in new soil. Creeping jenny belongs to the family of primulaceae, which is the primrose family, and it is native to europe and western asia.

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Red Creeping Thyme Plant

Red Creeping Thyme Plant. Additionally, red creeping thyme is a showy plant, but it will not steal the spotlight from the rest of your plants. Red creeping thyme hugs the ground, making it an excellent choice to plant between pavers or as an ground cover.

spotted spurge Weed Identification Brisbane City Council
spotted spurge Weed Identification Brisbane City Council from weeds.brisbane.qld.gov.au

A dense, mat forming, fast growing perennial with fragrant, dark green foliage. What is red creeping thyme? Foliage and flowers are aromatic.

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