- Flower nameBacopa caroliniana
- Scientific nameBacopa caroliniana
- AliasBacopa, Bacopa caroliniana, Blue waterhysso, Lemon bacopa, waterhyssop, ミズバコパ
- Place of originsouthern United States
- Place of floweringRiver, pond, Rice paddies
- Flowering seasonJuly, August, September
What is Bacopa caroliniana
Bacopa caroliniana or water bacopa (scientific name: Bacopa caroliniana) is an evergreen perennial extractor plant (aquatic plants) in the family Plantaginaceae, native to the southern United States. It is used in biotopes and . It is used in aquariums and potted plants. Small blue to purple flowers bloom in summer from the water.
Alternative names: waterhyssop, waterhyssop, blue waterhyssop, Lemon bacopa, Taxonomy: Euphorbiaceae, Dicotyledonidae, Otome Athenaceae, plant height: 5 to 15 cm, Leaf length: 1 to 1.5 cm, Inflorescence: crossed-pairing, Leaf shape: oval to inverted lanceolate, Flower diameter: 1 to 1.5 cm, flower shape: tubular with four lobes at the tip, flower color: blue to purple, flowering season: July to September, fruit type: capsule-shaped.