Lysimachia nummularia is an old-time aquarium main-stay. It is also regularly used as a plant for the margins of ornamental ponds and even in hanging baskets. While, like most plants, it is at its best with supplemental Co2 and good nutrition, it will also survive in tanks without supplemental CO2, especially if the water temperatures are not too warm.
Common Name: Creeping jenny, moneywort, others
Family Name: Primulaceae
Native To: Europe, but naturalized in the U.S. and other parts of the world.
Requirements: Undemanding, but does best with supplemental CO2 and good nutrition.
Growth Form: Stem
Growth Rate: Moderate
True Aquatic: Yes
Placement in Tank: Mid-ground with regular trimming
Available As: Bunch