Annuals

Bacopa

Bacopa Image

Garden Height: 4 – 8 Inches

Trails Up To: 36 Inches

Spacing: 8 – 10 Inches

Spread: 20 – 36 Inches

Light Requirement: Part Sun to Sun

Maintenance Category: Easy

Bloom Time: Planting To Frost

Water Category:Average

Grower Information: Because Bacopa is a trailing plant that requires constant moisture, pests like slugs and snails are attracted to the environment created under their foliage. Prevention of these types of pests includes clearing the area of holes where such pests can live. Preparing the ground for your plants is always an important key to maintaining healthy plants. Aphids and thrips may also pose a threat to your Bacopa, but are usually taken care of by predator insects. These tiny pests usually hide on the underside of leaves and are difficult to see because of their small size.The earliest prevention against disease and pest threat is careful examination during the purchasing process. It is important to know the difference between harmful pests and beneficial insects. Some insects may lay their eggs on your plant’s leaves in order to feed on pests, which is actually beneficial to your flower. Removal of the wrong eggs could potentially promote pest survival and growth.

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Annuals
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Bacopa

Bacopa Image

Garden Height: 4 – 8 Inches

Trails Up To: 36 Inches

Spacing: 8 – 10 Inches

Spread: 20 – 36 Inches

Light Requirement: Part Sun to Sun

Maintenance Category: Easy

Bloom Time: Planting To Frost

Water Category:Average

Grower Information: Because Bacopa is a trailing plant that requires constant moisture, pests like slugs and snails are attracted to the environment created under their foliage. Prevention of these types of pests includes clearing the area of holes where such pests can live. Preparing the ground for your plants is always an important key to maintaining healthy plants. Aphids and thrips may also pose a threat to your Bacopa, but are usually taken care of by predator insects. These tiny pests usually hide on the underside of leaves and are difficult to see because of their small size.The earliest prevention against disease and pest threat is careful examination during the purchasing process. It is important to know the difference between harmful pests and beneficial insects. Some insects may lay their eggs on your plant’s leaves in order to feed on pests, which is actually beneficial to your flower. Removal of the wrong eggs could potentially promote pest survival and growth.