When is the best time to plant creeping Jenny?

Even though perennial plants can withstand cold, it's best to plant creeping Jenny in the spring just after

the last frost, while the soil is still cool. You might wish to plant them outdoors approximately 6 weeks

prior to the first fall frost in hardiness zones that are milder. In the colder climates, it's often not a good

idea to grow evergreen (or semi-evergreen) perennials like this one in the fall. Select a spot for creeping

Jenny planting that has wet, slightly acidic soil. The leaf of the cultivars will be more golden in full sun and

greener in the shadow, but these plants will thrive in practically any light exposure, from shade to full sun.

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