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James H. Schutte

(Abunda™ Blue Improved Bacopa, Bacopa)

Truly an improvement over the original "blue" cultivar in the Abunda™ Series, Abunda™ Blue Improved bacopa's flowers are a stronger and prettier shade of consistent lavender. The wiry, sprawling stems and profuse bloom made this hybrid a subject for plant breeders in California in 2006, and a source of evergreen groundcovers for warm climates and summer annual container plants where winters are too cold. Like other selection in the series, 'Balabimblu' has flowers four times larger than those of...

(Abunda Blue Bacopa, Bacopa)

This hybrid bacopa cultivar is notable for the size of its flowers and their variably pale lavender color. The wiry, sprawling stems and profuse bloom of one parent species, Sutera cordata, native to South Africa, made it a popular subject for plant breeders in California in 2001. This bacopa makes a nice evergreen groundcover for warm climates and as annual filler in containers elsewhere. Like other selection in the series, 'Balablim' - marketed as the Abunda™ Blue bacopa - has flowers...

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Jesse Saylor

(Abunda™ White Improved Bacopa, Bacopa)

With a better flowering display and basal branching habit, this bacopa caught the attention of the Ball Horticultural Company. The wiry, sprawling stems and profuse bloom of this hybrid came from the work of a California plant breeder in 2001. It makes a nice evergreen groundcover for warm climates and summer annual container plant where winters are too cold. Like other selection in the series, 'Balabwhiti' has flowers four times larger than those of others. The tiny flowers are five-petaled, open,...

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James H. Schutte

(Abunda™ Giant White Bacopa, Bacopa)

Compared to most other white-flowering bacopas, 'Blisch' - marketed as Abunda™ Giant White - does produce larger-sized flowers atop a spreading plant with deeper green foliage. The wiry, sprawling stems and profuse bloom is the reason it was selected in 2000 from a controlled breeding program in Billerbeck, Germany. It may be used as an evergreen groundcover in warm climates and as a summer annual container plant where winters are too cold. The small flowers are five-petaled, open, held above the...

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Colorado State University Annual Flower Trial Garden

Pretty little pale blue-violet flowers with yellow throats cover the toothed foliage on the Scopia® Gulliver Blue Sensation. This hybrid bacopa cultivar from the Scopia™ Series is a vigorous, trailing, tender perennial, descended from plants native to South Africa. It was selected in 2007 by plant breeders at a greenhouse facility in Israel. Like other bacopa, it is prized as a container plant and groundcover. The flowers rise above just the stems, facing upward, are larger than those of parental...

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James H. Schutte

(Bacopa, Copia™ Gulliver Bacopa)

This hybrid bacopa cultivar from the Scopia™ Series is a vigorous, trailing, tender perennial, descended from plants native to South Africa. Like other bacopa, it is prized as a container plant and groundcover. The white flowers rise above the stems, facing upward, are larger than those of parental species and appear continuously as long as the plant is growing and conditions are sunny and mild.

'Dangul14' - marketed as Scopia® Gullivar White - grows and blooms best in well-drained, moist soil...

(Abunda Bacopa)

The wiry, sprawling stems, profuse bloom, and dainty leaves and flowers of Sutera cordata have made it a popular groundcover in warm climates and a popular container plant in almost any frost-free growing condition. The hybrid Abunda™ Series has flowers four times larger than those of the parent species, in shades of blue and white. The flowers are five-petaled, open, held above the stems, and upward-facing.

The plants in this series grow and flower best in full sun, either in containers...

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James H. Schutte

(Copia™ Bacopa)

The Scopia™ Series is a group of vigorous, relatively large-flowered hybrids of Sutera (commonly called as bacopa), tender perennials native to South Africa. Their five-lobed, yellow-throated flowers bloom nearly continuously in sunny, mild conditions. Although blossoms are small-sized, they may attain diameters up to 1 inch (2.5 cm). The colors in the series include white, dark pink, purple, lavender, and lilac. One selection, Double White, has extra petals. The leaves are small, fuzzy,...

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Forest & Kim Starr

(Bacopa, Heartleaf Bacopa)

This popular trailing tender perennial is an outstanding ornamental for containers and hanging baskets. South African in origin, heartleaf bacopa has a luxurious cascading habit, small, medium green leaves and produces masses of small, five-petaled, snowflake-like flowers of white, pink, or violet-blue. These appear in profusion all season long and do not require deadheading, but plants may require an occasional haircut if they become uncomely.

Bacopa prefers full to partial sun and requires...

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James H. Schutte

(Bacopa, Blue Showers Bacopa, Heartleaf Bacopa)

The soft violet-blue flowers and vigorous low growing habit of Blue Showers make it an especially nice bacopa for the garden. This popular trailing tender perennial - often grown as an annual - is an outstanding ornamental for containers and hanging baskets. South African in origin, it has a luxurious cascading habit and produces masses of five-petaled, snowflake-like flowers of blue in profusion all season long. These do not require deadheading, but plants may require an occasional haircut if they...