Bacopa lanigera – Potted
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Bacopa lanigera – Potted Plants (Imported Plants)

The Hairy Bacopa is a rather large species from Brazil. There it occurs on wet bottom and in shallow water. Bacopa lanigera resembles Bacopa caroliniana but differs by more roundish leaves and a more conspicuous, dense, white hair cover on the stems. The leaves are about 1,5 to 3 cm long. The nervature is often lighter than the rest of the leaf, forming a weblike pattern. Terrestrial stems grow more or less horizontal. Favourable conditions provided, the plant develops nice, deeply blue-violet flowers in its leaf axils. Crushed leaves have an intense aromatic odour. Submerged stems grow upright and are hairless. The shoots are up to 5 cm wide.