This page is part of the merge with Pikmin Wiki, and needs resolving.
The Pikmin Wiki version of the page can be found at Bacopa Cabana/merge, and needs to be manually merged into this page.
At Pikmin Wiki, this page was called Sutera cordata; if this is different from the current title, it might make sense to rename this page.
Bacopa Cabana, also known as The Pikmin Flower, is a cultivated species of flower named after the Pikmin series and bred with the intention of using it to market the first game. Nintendo announced the impending creation of the flower through an agreement with S&G Flowers USA in late 2001, and it became commercially available in April the following year, five months after the release of the game. The full press release can be found here. The flower is now quite rare, with the late release of Pikmin 3 causing it to fall out of popularity.