Is Golden creeping Jenny invasive?
The plant is grown as a ground cover in warm climates and as an indoor hanging plant. It is considered an invasive species in parts of North America and in other areas outside its native range.
Should I get rid of creeping Jenny?
It is important to remove young creeping Jenny plants before they have a chance to flower and set seeds. Each plant can produce 550 seeds, which remain viable in the surrounding soil for decades. The roots extend to depths of 20 feet or more, so the best you can do is to cut off the seedlings at ground level.
Is Lysimachia a good ground cover?
Lysimachia General Information
Excellent ground cover for banks, woodland gardens, along paths or in moist areas near water gardens, along streams, pools or ponds where it can be left to naturalize. Deer resistant, prefers a moist soil, not for gulf states.