Bacopa caroliniana has been used as an aquarium plant for decades. Its recognition as a vintage plant is well-deserved, as it is pretty undemanding. Its bold leaf structure and relatively gradual-boom make it a popular preference in aquascaping because it may be shaped on the discretion of the aquarist.
Apart from surprisingly adequate lighting it makes few demands. Its slow growth rate makes it one of the few stem flora that do not want lots attention. Like most stem plants, it is most beautiful whilst planted in small bunches. Easy to propagate by means of cuttings; take a side shoot and plant it in the bottom.