Bacopa, for me, is one of the most romantic flowers in fashion at the moment. Once seen as an unusual flower, in recent years it has become very popular in garden centres - and why not? It's adorable! This plant has long, cascading stems that smother themselves in tiny, perfect, five-petal flowers. It's become a favorite for selling in hanging where its pretty trailing habit can be shown off. Also try in pots, planters, and window boxes combined with other plants or on their own.
The bacopa must stay moist at all times, as they are used to high humidity. Watering extensively once every other day rather than lightly watering every day as it best simulates what they're used to when growing naturally. A good way to make sure the degree of watering is appropriate is to use a wood dowel and insert it about eight inches into the soil beside the plant. The entire length of the dowel should be saturated with soil clinging to it when retracted, just like a toothpick being inserted in a cake to see if it's done.
Combination plants that work well with bacopa:
Lots of plants work well with bacopa but my favourite are nemesias, verbenas, blue bacopa, million bells and trailing geraniums