Cheshire, United Kingdom
Hello everyone hope you're having a good day. If like me your garden plans are on hold due to the rain maybe you have the time to answer a question............or two ;O)
I have the plant below (in the first pic) which I believe to be Bacopa. However it is very hardy and survived the terrible frost we had this year. It has incredible height and structure. I put Bacopia in the other wall but it really isn't a patch on the first wall I did. Could anyone please tell me what kind of Bacopa (or if) this is and how I could split it to put some in the other wall and in pots that I can over winter as I'm scared the frost may finally get it.
UPDATE: With help I have discovered that this is not Bacopa. I have therefore changed some of the pics. They are April/May/June. The plant has only four petals on each flower, most are white but a few are lilac, it is evergreen and quite woody underneath at present. It flowers continuously without a break in fact I don't remember it without flowers so am going to look at old pics to see if I can pinpoint when it exactely started flowering.
- 8 Jul, 2011