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January 18, 2018

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Creeping Jenny Lysimachia nummularia 
1. Goldilocks
Shiny golden foliage brightens any garden or container; great combination filler plant 3C-South Click to display 'Goldilocks' tag image n/a 2"-4" 12" 3-10 4˝" White
Loosestrife Lysimachia
2. Snow Candle
Spikes of small white flowers rise from dark green foliage from June to October; can be aggressive in the landscape.   Click to display 'Snow Candle' tag image 8"-16" 10"-12" 5-11 6" Green
Lysimachia congestiflora
3. Outback Sunset
Yellow-green foliage accented with yellow flowers spring to summer.   Click to display 'Outback Sunset' tag image 10"-12" 12" 9-10 4˝" White
4. Walkabout Sunset
Walkabout Sunset produces profuse yellow and green foliage that provides a fabulous setting for brilliant yellow blooms. This plant is a heat lover and makes an excellent pot or hanging basket plant. It is very short growing and very floriferous. This plant can also be used in borders, planters, groundcover, landscape beds, mass plantings, and gardens. 3C-South Click to display 'Walkabout Sunset' tag image 10"-12" 12" 9-10 4˝" White
Lysimachia fortunei
5. Super Snow
A new and improved form of 'Autumn Snow', 'Super Snow' is bigger, studier, and has larger white flower spikes. The broader, thicker foliage is also more attractive. A terrific plant for adding height to mixed containers. Blooms late summer through fall.   Click to display 'Super Snow' tag image 10"-14" 12" 4-11 6" Green
Loosestrife (Gooseneck) Lysimachia atropurpurea
6. Beaujolais
This is a biennial or short-lived perennial just recently introduced to gardens. Flowers are similar to the white Gooseneck Loosestrife (Lysimachia clethroides) but in a rich burgundy-purple shade with contrasting grey-green leaves. Blooms appear in midsummer. Appreciates even moisture but adapts well to average border conditions. Plants do not spread at the root or become invasive, though they may self seed a little. Should not be confused with the noxious weed Purple Loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria). Wonderful for cutting. Attractive to butterflies. Use gloves when gathering and saving seed, as these have sharp barbs or prickles.   Click to display 'Beaujolais' tag image 16"-23" 12"-18" 6 8" Green
Lysimachia clethroides 
7. Gooseneck Loosestrife
Slender, white flowers curved like a goose's neck are produced in abundance from mid to late summer. Unique to this perennial, most all of the flowers point in the same direction, as if they were a flock of geese following the leader.   Click to display 'Gooseneck Loosestrife' tag image 24"-36" 30"-36" 3-8 6" Green
Loosestrife (Variegated Yellow) Lysimachia punctata 
8. Alexander
Worth growing for the foliage alone! L. 'Alexander' has striking lime green leaves with bright ivory margins. In the spring, the new growth is tinged with pink and as the season progresses the green leaves may lighten up. Less invasive than other Lys.   Click to display 'Alexander' tag image 18"-24" 24"-36" 4-8 8" Green
9. Golden Alexander
Similar habit to 'Alexander' except slightly more compact, and rather than creamy white margins, this sport glistens with its deep golden margins. Same cheery yellow flowers produce a surprisingly nice summer display of yellow on yellow.   Click to display 'Golden Alexander' tag image 18"-24" 24"-36" 4-8 8" Green

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