Creeping Jenny is a perennial with a small, bright yellow flowers. Although the flowers won’t last long, they are beautiful. For this reason, it is better to grow this low-growing “creeping” for its leaves, which will make an excellent ground cover.
The golden creeping Jenny is also called moneywort because the leaves are in the shape of small coins. It’s a member of the Primulaceae family and is hardy in USDA zones 4-9. It’s often confused with creeping charlie, another invasive patio plant. Although the foliage is similar to, creeping charlie has small purple flowers instead of the yellow ones found in creeping Jenny.