Bacopa are a series of early flowering perennials with a vigorous trailing yet compact and well-branched habit. Blue flowers with a small yellow eye. Looks great as a ground cover or cascading from hanging baskets.
Keep plants evenly moist, but don’t overwater. Unlike most plants, bacopa doesn’t wilt when drought-stressed; instead, the flowers and buds will drop off. It takes a couple of weeks for plants to recover and set new buds. TIP: Place with another plant that does wilt such as coleus, verbena, or petunia, which will serve as an indicator to show when the soil is too dry.