Overview: Bacopa Caroliniana is a very popular aquarium plant to add dense foliage to the background of freshwater planted aquariums. Bacopa Caroliniana’s small leaf structure makes it a popular standby in many hobbyists’ aquarium. This plant can grow above water if given the chance and will flower underwater occasionally. The leaves of Bacopa Caroliniana are colored green while its flowers are blue-colored with five petals.
Size Portions: Bacopa Caroliniana is priced per stem
Lighting conditions: Moderate to High
Growth Length: 2.5 cm (leaves), 50-100 cm (height of stem)
Difficulty or care: Moderate
Placement in an aquascape: Background
PH: 6.0 to 8.0
Temperature: 72 F to 82 F
Reproduction: Propagation is done through cutting and replanting. Reproduction by seed is also possible.
Growth Rate: Medium