About a month ago our propagation class at SF City College transplanted a bunch of Bacopa Abunda seed plugs into 4 inch pots. Man, they are growing fast inside the greenhouse.
We had to pull them from the mesh flats to give them some breathing room. More room = more light gets to the leaves…which encourages faster, more uniform growth.
Originating from southern Africa, Sutera cordata ‘Bacopa Abunda’ is best used as a perennial ground cover or in containers. Fern over at Life on the Balcony has a great hanging basket she designed which included Bacopa.
Although not all the plants we are propagating will be ready for the CCSF Spring Plant Sale May 6…these baby will.
– Far Out Flora
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