Finding Bacopa Seeds - Knowledgebase Question

Kansas City, MO
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Question by skipndi
January 3, 2000
Can you tell me where I can find seeds to start the Bacopa (Sutera cordata) "Snowflake?

Answer from NGA
January 3, 2000
Harris Seeds carries Bacopa transplants. Bacopa is propagated vegetatively (by cuttings) rather than by seed, so you'll have to start with transplants. Here is the web site for Harris Seeds; scroll down and you'll find Bacopa plants.

Bacopa (Sutera cordata) is also called the "Snowflake" plant. It is a relatively new hanging basket plant from California. It is not hardy in the north, but makes a great annual hanging basket in many regions of the country. It likes full sun to part shade, has low spreading dense foliage which makes it good as a ground cover too and has tons of small, white flowers all summer. There is a lavender version called 'Mauve Mist' available also.

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