Native to the wetlands of southern India and commonly known as Waterhyssop, Bacopa is a succulent perennial that thrives in aquatic environments. The flowers come with five petals, usually white, that bloom atop of creeping foliage. Strains of Bacopa are used in fresh water tanks for pet fish. It has been used medicinally in India as a way to improve memory and overall mental function.
70 to 85 days. Perfect for patio containers and hanging baskets, Bacopa blooms in the spring and blooms all summer long, showcasing its small white flowers that grow along its vine-like stems.
70 to 85 days. This heavy-flowering annual is great for edging and porch or balcony planting containers such as hanging baskets. Blooms grow along trailing stems that will spill over the edges of such pots and planting containers.