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Bacopa Caroliniana

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A relatively easy to grow stem plant. When you receive it, you'll likely have both submerged and emersed growth. The bottom half of the plant may not have many leaves and some browning. That was grown out of water. The top that looks much better will have been grown under water by us. You can trim this plant and get rid of the old emersed growth or simply plant it with that stem in there to give it more height at the back of your aquarium.

  • Scientific Name: Bacopa Caroliniana
  • Skill Level: Easy
  • Placement: Foreground - Midground
  • Co2 Requirement: none
  • Preferred Fertilizer: Liquid - Easy Green Fertilizer

***Being a natural product, sizes can vary from what is shown.***

Customer Reviews

Based on 118 reviews
Great looking plant

Plants are still getting use to tank but have new growth and starting to come back from some millting back(which was expecting being new to plants) thanks team

Time Will Tell

The plant arrived healthy with a little bit of melt on the bottom (as expected). It seems to be stable in my tank but so far no new growth, even with fertilizers. This is a new plant for me, so I'm hoping in a few more weeks the plants will look healthier and more settled into the tank.

Just Awesome!

Plants came in healthy and are growing great!

Growing Very Quickly

This plant looked great upon arrival, and is growing well. It was packed very carefully and arrived with no damage, and looking completely green. It started growing like a weed as soon as I planted it in my tank.

Not doing so well

So this is one of the first plants I've bought for my tank and it's not doing so well. The leaves are falling off and the plant has turned to an opaque green. I also bought some of the fertilizer from aquarium coop, I have another plant that I had already had in the tank and that one is flourishing with the addition of the fertilizer. I'm not sure why this plant is struggling but I got it right away when I was notified that it had been delivered. To be fair, I do live in Florida, but the plant looked great when I first received it, so I'm not sure why it's dying.