Creeping Charlie, sometimes invasive in the garden, works splendidly as a houseplant. With adorable, round leaves and an ability to drape like no other, creeping Charlie may just be the new and interesting shape you’ve been looking for in your houseplant collection. It’s sure to add an earthy, whimsical touch to any corner you put it in.
Plant creeping Charlie in a well-draining soil. Place it in a well-lit corner, where it gets bright, indirect sunlight. Moderately water, keeping the soil evenly moist but allowing the top layer of soil to dry up between waterings. Mist daily to make sure it loves ya!