Bacopa Monnieri, also known as 'moneywort' among aquarists and 'brahmi' among herbalists, is quite widespread throughout the tropics where it can be found growing along the banks of lakes, rivers, and pools. Bacopa Monnieri is one of the easiest stem plants to grow, as it makes very few demands on the hobbyist other than bright lighting. If lighting is not intense enough, the lower portions of this plant tend to rot. CO2 is beneficial, but not necessary. This undemanding stem plant grows vertically even under very high light conditions. Hardiness: Easy Light Needed: Medium Plant Structure: Stem Family: Plantaganaceae Genus: Bacopa Region: Cosmopolitan Size: Stem width: 3cm Growth Rate: Medium Can Be Grown Emersed: Yes
Looks pretty, though it has the tendency to float up from my aquasoil as compared to other plants. the ones I received does not have roots as reflected in the photo. It was just cut. stem at the bottom was rotting away when I repotted 1 week after I received it. Washed it off, and I will see how that goes.
These are always my go-to plants for a new tank as they are always healthy when received and look "bnew".