Family: Primulaceae

Scientific Name: Lysimachia punctata Alexander

Common Name: Lysimachia Alexander, Variegated Yellow Loosesrtife

DescriptionA gorgeous Lysimachia with bright green leaves variegated foliage and bright yellow flowers.
Plant TypeAll Plants, Perennials Hardy
Sunlightfull sun
Soil & SitePrefers humusy medium wet to wet soils. Will be less invasive in drier soils.
FlowersStar shaped yellow flowers in whorls on the upper third of the plant. Starts blooming in June.
LeavesThe leaves are: in whorls, bright green with broad cream colored variegation and new leaves are tinged with pink.
DimensionsReaches 2 feet tall by two feet spread and reported to be a slower spreader than other members of this genus. It spreads by rhizomes.
Cultivar OriginIntroduced in 1990 by Mrs. Alexander of York England.
Misc FactsThe genus name Lysimachia said to be named after King Lysimachos of Thrace. Species name means spotted
Notes & Reference#04-Herbaceous Perennial Plants (Allan Armitage), #40-Herbaceous Ornamental Plants (Steven Stills)
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