Lemon Bacopa | Bacopa caroliniana
Lemon Bacopa is a great low-growing bog plant for trailing over edges, cascading down a waterfall, bogs or submerged. The leaves smell of lemon when crushed and it is an edible herb used for seasoning. Tiny five petal blue flowers will bloom all summer long. Plant in a medium container in moist soil or in water 1 inch over the crown. Easily cultivated by cuttings from the stems. Easy to winter over in colder climates. Take some cuttings before the first frost in your area, put in a vase of water, place in a bright sunny window indoors.
Sold as multiple cuttings bunched together with a rubber band.
MINIMUM QUANTITY OF LEMON BACOPA IS 5 BUNCHES
HEIGHT: LOW-GROWING, TRAILING
WATER DEPTH: MOIST TO SUBMERGED (1" to 6")
LIGHT REQUIREMENTS: FULL SUN TO PART SHADE
USDA HARDINESS ZONES: 9-11