Bacopa australis (Australian bacopa)

  • Stock: 12 units in stock
  • Dimensions: up to 30cm if not trimmed
  • Model: p2020220
  • Origin: South America
Price: £5.99 £3.9933% off
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Description

Bacopa australis was discovered in southern Brazil (australis = southern), and it does not come from Australia, as might otherwise be assumed from its name. Stems become 10-30 cm tall and 2-4 cm wide. Like the other Bacopa species, Bacopa australis is also easy to grow in an aquarium. Under certain conditions it creeps across the bottom to form an elegantly decorative light green cushion. When Bacopa australis grows in a good light, the leaves become reddish. It is easily propagated by taking side shoots and planting them in the substrate. 

by Mike P. on 23/4/2019

Arrived within a couple of days we’ll packaged and in excellent condition. An attractive addition to the tank.

by Kevin O. on 18/10/2018

I received this plant in food condition and it is nice but quickly found this plant deteriorated as I don't have strong enough lighting, I use a beamswork evo18, 3x10 watt 1850 lumens, this plant requires high lighting probably about 4000 lumens minimum.

by Vijaya F. on 11/10/2018

Great, healthy plants delivered exactly as described. Growing well , thriving

by Barbara M. on 5/9/2018

Plants arrived quickly and in great condition, look great in my aquarium. Early days but all looks promising.

by Dominika M. on 22/8/2018

This plant looks lovely in my fish tank and grows very well.

by Ciara B. on 10/4/2018

Arrived in good condition, lovely plant

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Guest
Hi; Our bacopa australis is growing nice and fast. As it grows vertically, new root formation occurs on the body. Do we need to force/plant these roots back to the substrate? thanks

 
Staff

you don't have to but you can try and keep it low by pushing the plants back into the substrate


 
Guest
Are these plants suitable for marine tanks. pkhughes1@virginmedia.com

 
Staff

No



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