Formal NameChaenostoma cordatum
Morphsemi-evergreen crop perennial
Bacopa (Bacopa, scientific name: Chaenostoma cordatum) is native to South Africa and is semi-evergreen crop perennial of the family Scrophulariaceae. In the long term excluding the summer in March to November, a short flower pattern is brought out from the axilis, and the small floret with five tips is made to bloom one after another. It likes sunshine. Flower language is "small strength".
Generic name: Bacopa, Scientific name: Chaenostoma cordatum, synonym: Sutera cordata, aka: Stella, Place of Origin: South Africa, Plant length: 10 to 20 cm , Stem: well branched, leaves: opposite, leaf margin: saw tooth, leaf shape: round or spoon shape, inflorescence form: single apical inflorescence, place of flower: axillary, flowering period: March to November (Midsummer, July, August excluded), Flower Diameter: 0.5 to 1.5 cm.
Flower typeZygomorphic Flower
Flower arraySolitary Inflorescence
Flowering placeGarden Pot flower
ColorPink, Violet, White
SeasonMar Apr May Jun Sep Oct Nov
Height10 ~ 20 [cm]
Diameter0.5 ~ 1.5