Bacopa monnieri (Moneywort)

  • Stock: 27 units in stock
  • Dimensions: Maximum height 40cm
  • Model: P2022080
  • Origin: Africa
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Bacopa monnieri is know as the beginners plant, simply because it is extremely tolerant to many factors that can influence growth. Found in a variety of regions including Africa, Asia, America and Australia this beautiful plant can grow up to 50cm and is know to produce delicate white-to-pink blossoms.

By pinching off all vertical growing shoots, the plant can maintain a low and close growth, since it willingly creates a large number of side shoots. Further, the plant grows well in the shadow of other plants.

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by Rob W.
Bought these for my goldfish tank and now that they've had weeks to settle in, I can confirm they are good quality plants. They arrived in great condition and are now sending out new roots and leaves. 100% recommend!

by Ramone K.
Taller then I thought they'd be! Really pretty, and nice to plant as a little cluster.

by SC D.
Lovely plants and quick delivery. Would recommend.

by Sophie K.
Arrived quickly in great condition. Seems to be thriving in my fancy goldfish grow out tank.

by Laura H.
Looks good but rotted at the bottom, I wouldn't buy it again.

by Anthony S.
I received this lovely plant in perfect condition. Size was perfect and it looks gorgeous in my tank. 100% Recommended

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Hi. Will this plant be OK in water with a PH of 8.3 please. Cheers Dave.


It will be OK but remember plants want acidic water so aim for pH of 7 or less

What height is this plant on arrival?


This will change from week to week but about 15-20cm

can this be grown in soil in the garden please.



Will this plant be ok in a brackish aquarium with sand substrate?


not brackish - no

Can I use tap water to grow bacopa monnieri (outside an aquarium)



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