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Bacopa monnieri is a very undemanding aquatic plant and makes a great choice for beginners.  Moneywort, as it is known by its common name has small, round, green leaves that help to add a different texture in the aquarium.  Use Bacopa monnierie as a background plant or keep some stems trimmed back in the midground area of the planted aquarium.  Remember when you trim the stem plants in your aquarium, the cuttings can be replanted to make additional clusters.  Bacopa monnieri is also a native aquatic plant to the United States that can be used in settings ranging from water garden borders to fully submerged aquariums. When used in a pond, it is a great oxygenation plant. 

Common Name: Moneywort
Family Name: Scrophulariaceae
Native To: The Americas
Lighting: Low - High
pH: 6 - 8
Growth Demands: Easy
Growth Form: Stem Plant
Growth Rate: Fast
True Aquatic: Yes
Placement in Tank: Mid - Background
Available As: Bunch Plant or Potted
USDA Hardiness Zones: 8-11

Moneywort is illegal in CA. We will substitute with a plant of equal value. 

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Craig l.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Perfect condition

I live in Arizona and mine was delivered on a hot day, go figure. But, sure sa can be, this baby was clean and ready to go. Perfect health. I feel sorry for the other reviews. Mine was in better condition then local shops. Thanks

Sonia M.
United States United States
Terrible shipping

My fairy moss was rancid when it arrived. I ordered a mystery pack and 5 other plants for a total of 10 that were shipped with a single ice pack. ONE ICE PACK in the middle of July. When they arrived the ice pack was completely melted and my plants were rotting. Out of 10 I could only save the water hyacinth. I won't ever purchase from this site again. Was not worth my money whatsoever.

Australia Australia
Mostly useless

Like most of the plants, the ones I got didn't look near as good as the pictures would lead one to believe. I ended up having to toss most of these, since they had no roots and so wouldn't stay in the gravel--they'd just float to the surface.