Primrose Creeper has cup shaped, sunny-yellow blooms that are 1" across, that bloom throughout the summer months (June through August and often through September) on stems of lovely, green foliage. Primrose Creeper grows very quickly in warm water and may have to be pinched back occasionally. Grows to 18-24" tall, with a 1-2' spread. May form a lush carpet of foliage on the surface of the water 12-18" wide. Grows well in part sun to part shade in moist soil. Looks great when grown in a container at the base of a waterfall or at the edge of your pond where a little color is needed. Grows very quickly and may be better suited for larger ponds, unless you are able to keep it trimmed back throughout the summer months. Native to the Americas, this plant can be found in the wild in streams, creeks and ponds throughout the United States as well as South America.
Plant in 1-2 gallon containers using heavy loam soil or aquatic planting medium and place in shallow water with 0-6" of water over the top of the pot. Grows well in full sun to part shade. Grows quickly and may need to be trimmed back throughout the summer.