Three words to live by for a drop dead gorgeous container… thriller, filler and spiller. When designing a container, we always start our challenge by selecting the thriller, which in this case is an Agave desmettiana ‘Variegata’. Once we’ve found the first piece to the puzzle, we seek out the filler element. In this instance we used Plectranthus “Troy’s Gold” and finally we incorporate the spillers, Lysimachia nummularia ‘Goldi’ and ‘Sweet Caroline Sweetheart Purple’, Sweet Potato Vine.
Creeping Jenny) Lysimachia 'Goldilocks' brings shiny, chartruse foliage that makes for a great trailing plant in your hanging baskets. 'Goldilocks' prefers part shade locations and brightens up those dark spots in your garden.
Goldilocks - One of the best perennial ground cover and trailing plant for containers! Planted it for a ground cover and in big urns. Just let the pots fill and drip with it down the stairs. Striking contrast with black containers, and darker plants!
Golden Creeping Jenny, Gold Moneywort Aurea (iLysimachia nummularia/i). This one I'd be careful with because it has a bad reputation for invasiveness. I have a dappled shade area that stays moist that might be a good place to try it out.
Gold Creeping Jenny, Lysimachia nummularia Aurea from Netherland Bulb Company - The Aqua Garden is a select mixture of these essential varieties. They add height to the garden while providing some shade and shelter to their aquatic neighbors. Each colorful combination will thrive with its roots submerged just below the waterline.