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I have the same experience with P. Palustris. After they transformed emerged growth to feathery submerged growth, they stopped growing and dropped lower leaves. I failed multiple times with this plant which is difficult and needs strong light.

My first lemon Bacopa melted away which I blamed on bad stock. I’m trying it now the second time and hopefully it will work this time. From what I read, lemon Bacopa is an easy beginner plant, and can be used to make lemon tea.
 

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The B. caroliniana smells more like menthol to me. I'm sure it has some medicinal value. They do great with CO2. I have to trim them every week or 2.
It's interesting to see emersed growth where they grow to a certain height while they grow infinitely in water.

Looks nice, You should post a pond picture.
Thanks!
 
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