|North of the Adirondacks
An Unusual Site Planted by a Blooming Looneytic
That survive colder winters than my wife's feet
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Soil Type - Sandy loam, moist, well drained
Height - 2 - 3 ft
A good deer resistant plant. I've never had a nibble on any of my Lysimachias
This plant prefers moist conditions but tolerates dryness fairly well. This Loosestrife can be very aggressive and growing it in dryer conditions is one of the best ways to keep it under control.
Gooseneck loosestrife is not related to the Purple loosestrife that is invading and dominating much of the north country's wet-lands. Rather it is related to another garden plants - Moneywort (Lysimachia nummularia) a small creeping vine and Yellow Loosestrife (Lysimachia punctata)