Bacopa (sutera hybrid)
Call it Sutera, call it Bacopa, call it Snowflake™. No matter what, the pure white or blue flowers against the bright green foliage are charming. It is day-length neutral so it blooms happily all year long. Hardy down to about 29 degrees for our typical So. Cal. winter. At 26° it did ok, but wasn’t too happy. If you want to trim it back, do it lightly and be sure you leave some green growth.
A true natural hanging plant, Bacopa is wonderful in mixed baskets, all by itself or as an accent plant spilling over your planters. You can also plant it in the ground for a ground cover.
It will grow and bloom best in sun to a very light filtered shade. Warmer areas might want a bit more shade.
Feeding and Watering:
The care is pretty easy, feed it often, water it well and watch it grow.
White or blue
Season(s) Carried at Weidners:
Container or ground?
Basket, container, or in the ground.
The links below are to the instructions we give out at the nursery. This page contains additional and expanded information.