Chaenostoma cordatum

Chaenostoma cordatum is a ground cover native to South Africa. It is usually planted in containers or hanging baskets around the world. It is also known as Sutera cordata, Sutera diffus, Trailing Phlox, White Phlox, Bacopa, or Ornamental Bacopa. It is a perennial but grown as annuals in containers. It has small heart-shaped leaves and white flowers that have five petals with a yellow center that is supposed to flower in summer and autumn but depending on the climate it continues to flower. Chaenostoma cordatum flowers are monoecious, contains both male and female reproductive organs. It belongs to the Scrophulariaceae family of plants.

Chaenostoma cordatum
Chaenostoma cordatum

Plant Chaenostoma cordatum in the sun in moist but well-drained soil. Propagate Chaenostoma cordatum from division.

Chaenostoma cordatum
Chaenostoma cordatum

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