Bacopa Monnieri (Moneywort- HARDY Stem Plant)
AS OF 6-26, these are taller than shown, with slightly less leaves lower but HUGE ROOTS. (They have been Regrown out) They are Nice plants.
Do you want a hardy stem plant that is easy to care for?
Check out Bacopa monnieri. We have kept it's exotic looking cousin "Bacopa Yellow Flame" for a good while now. Bacopa monnieri is just as easy to keep.
One of the great things about Bacopa monnieri is that you can float it or plant it down in the substrate.
Due to the THICKER Stem this Bacopa monnieri will take a second to adjust to your aquarium because it is a thicker plant. This is also a benefit as this plant can handle the abuse of a beginner.
Looking for a brighter Colored Bacopa? Try Bacopa Caroliniana "Yellow Flame"
Care Scale of 1-10: ( 1- it can grow in your toilet- 10 being nearly impossible)
Difficulty- I would have to give it almost a .5 or 1. This plant can grow in just about ANY environment. I've seen it keep in low light ( almost no light) and grow in low light very well. Definitely easy
Lighting: Low lighting will give you solid growth
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All of the plants Zi ordered arrived very quickly and in perfect shape. This is my second order from Dustin and I am thrilled with the quality, health, and root system of this bacopa
I always thought bacopa was only a terrestrial plant! The two huge clumps now residing in their respective 55s are so healthy and did not miss a beat in the hot box. It is so fun to get new plants and I plan on trying more with my next order. Thanks for the healthy plants, I can tell they were loved.
Plant arrived quickly and looked perfect! Great color and nice roots.
I got a good cluster of these, and they were all healthy and ready to transplant on arrival. No sign of damage or wilting. They already look great in my aquarium.
My order was just thrown together. With this uncaring way to ship my order this plant was bent over a few times. Hope he snaps out of it. Very unhappy with this order. Felt my plants were just thrown into a heap and wrapped in lots of messy wet newspapers.