LIVE AQUARIUM PLANT
The moneywort or "Creeping Jenny" is native to Europe and has a long tradition in the aquarium's hobby. This winter hardy plant grows creeping in its terrestrial form, but under water it develops upright stems with fresh green, round leaves. Lysimachia nummularia is especially suited for cold water aquariums, but it grows also in moderately tempered tanks if they are well lit.
Lysimachia nummularia, moneywort or creeping Jenny, is native to Europe but has been introduced into North America. There is hardly any area in Germany where it is not found. This creeping plant grows on moist meadows, on riverbanks, lakeshores & pond edges, as well as in alluvial forests & forest mires. It is often used as ornamental plants in gardens and is very well-suited for planting the edges of a garden pond and as ground cover on normal, not moist ground and even as a hanging plant. In early summer it has many golden yellow flowers. Lysimachia nummularia can also be cultivated submersed and has been used as aquarium plants since the very early days of aquaristics.
What We Like About This Plant: 🌠🌠
🌟 Very easy to propagate.
🌟 Bright golden-green coloration.
🌟 Very hardy and durable in a well-lit, nutrient-rich aquarium.
🌟 Provides a great deal of cover for animal fry.
🌟 Prolific growth that is ideal for the aquarium background.
Care Guidelines: 🌠🌠
🌟 Temperature: 59° - 77° F
🌟 CO2: Not Required
🌟 Care: Easy
🌟 Lighting: Medium - High
🌟 Tank Placement: Midground
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