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Lysimachia sp., Golden Globe. Lysimachia congestiflora
Lysimachia congestiflora

Lysimachia sp.

Golden Globe
Family: Primulaceae
Origin: India Through to China
Groundcover and low-growing 2ft plantFull sunKeep soil moistYellow, orange flowersOrnamental foliagePlant attracts butterflies, hummingbirds

Lysimachia sp. (Golden Globe) is a low-growing groundcover native to India, China and Japan. Growing quickly to a max height of around two feet, it adds a vivid splash of color to the garden bed. Golden Globe will light up any garden with its ornamental foliage and vibrant yellow, orange flowers. These blooms are sure to attract butterflies, hummingbirds, and other beneficial wildlife. It is a great plant for those looking for an edge to the perennial beds, as even in winter its woody, evergreen foliage still gives interest.

Golden Globe is easy to grow and maintain and is suitable for USDA zones 9-11. It is also a popular choice for container planting as its creeping habit makes it very manageable in pots.

Overall, Lysimachia sp (Golden Globe) is a great choice for those looking to add a splash of color and interest to the garden. Requiring minimal maintenance and the ability to attract beneficial wildlife, the Golden Globe is a great choice for those looking to spruce up their garden without spending too much time or energy.

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