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Moneywort

(Lysimachia nummularia)

The first scientific description of this plant was published in 1753 in the first tome of the Species Planetarum by the Swedish naturalist Carl Linnaeus. He devised the name ‘nummularia’ from the word ‘nummulus’, the Latin for ‘coin’, on account of coin-like round leaves.

Summary
Maximum height:
60 cm
Blooming period:
May-August
Fruit bearing period:
August-September
Relation to light:
Shade-loving
Relation to moisture:
Hydrophyte
Natural distribution area
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