Botanical name: Bacopa rotundifolia Family: Scrophulariaceae (Dog flower family)
Synonyms: Bramia rotundifolia, Bacopa obovata, Bacopa limosa, Bacopa simulans
Roundleaf Water Hyssop is a small, aquatic or amphibious plant, with roundish, opposite leaves that clasp the rather thickish stem. The leaves are 1.0-3.5 cm long and 0.7-2.5 cm wide. The flowers are white or bluish-white and develop on short, recurved flower-stalks in the axils of the leaves. The flowers are 6-10 mm long and have 4 stamens, 5 sepals, and 5 petals. The stems are 5-40 cm long and, when stranded on mud, the stem can root at the nodes. Fruit is a round to oval capsule containing numerous small, tan seeds. Roundleaf Water Hyssop is native to the American continent.
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