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Re: Bacopa 'Snowflake'

YOu're right, it is a nice trailing plant.  But "large" flowers?  Maybe
1/4" or so.  We overwinter them in our greenhouse (cool and humid).  You
can also take cuttings and root them.

At 05:26 PM 7/5/99 EDT, you wrote:
>This is a nice trailing plant for pots or hanging baskets.Large bright-white 
>flowers---nice foliage. My books say only hardy in Zones 9 & 10. Partial 
>Can this be grown as a house plant "up North?"
>Another question: The label read Sutera cordata. Is this the "correct" name?
>Clyde Crockett z5 Indy IN
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