Bacopa: landing and care

Bacopa received wide distribution as a living decor of the internal and external walls of buildings, fences and lampposts. When planting in a flower garden, this small shrub is very harmoniously combined with plants such as petunia, nasturtium, fuchsia and lobelia.

Planting Bacopa


When grown indoors, bakopa can be planted in small pots or containers, which must be located in places where a lot of sunlight gets. Bacopa can also grow in partial shade, however, in case of insufficient illumination, its bloom will no longer be so intense.
The ground for rapid growth and development of bakopa should be rich in organic matter, therefore, when planting, a little peat and humus should be added to ordinary garden soil. To ensure good soil drainage, you can also add a small amount of river sand. If it is not possible to cook a high quality pochvosmes for ornamental plants, you can buy ready-made in a specialized store.
Bacopa bushes should be planted in open ground in early spring - after the last frosts are over. To do this, dig a small hole and carefully lay out the lateral roots of the plant in it. After planting, the soil should be fertilized abundantly with a complex of liquid mineral fertilizers. Timely fertilizer is the key to intensive growth and flowering. Watering the plant in the warm season is recommended daily.

Top dressing, temperature and care


It is important to know that the African beauty can be attacked by pests, the most dangerous of which is the common aphid and whitefly. Once the pests have been seen on the flowers and stems of the shrub, it should be immediately sprayed with a special insecticide. For spraying, it is recommended to use only a special protective agent for ornamental, garden bushes.
It should be noted that bacopa is sufficiently resistant to temperature fluctuations and can grow even at temperatures as low as -5 ° C. However, it is still better not to harden the plant and move it to a more or less warm place for the winter period.The best place to wait out the cold is the winter greenhouse. By the way, winter watering Bacopa should not be as intense as summer.
Additional care for bakopa (except for irrigation and feeding) is reduced only to the periodic loosening of the soil around the plant. This procedure must be carried out carefully, as there is a risk of damaging the surface root system of the African beauty.


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