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Inchplant

A species of Spiderworts
Botanical name : Tradescantia zebrina Genus : Spiderworts

Inchplant, A species of Spiderworts
Botanical name: Tradescantia zebrina
Genus: Spiderworts
Inchplant (Tradescantia zebrina)

Description

The inchplant is a popular trailing plant known for its attractive foliage with zebra-like stripes of green, silver, and purple. Wandering jew is very easy to care for and can be hung or placed indoors. The plant grows fast; the creeping stems bear roots along the way, making it suitable as ground cover.
Lifespan
Annual, Perennial
Bloom Time
All year around
Flower Color
Purple
Pink
Leaf Color
Purple
Green
Gray
Silver
Bronze
* Disclaimer: Content feedback CAN NOT be used as any basis for EATING ANY PLANTS. Some plants can be VERY POISONOUS, please purchase edible plants through regular channels.

General Info

Symbolism

Simplicity, purity, elegance

Usages

Garden Use
Inchplant is valued by gardeners for the visual interest of its striped foliage, as well as its speed of growth. It is often displayed in hanging pots, as it produces long, trailing, attractive stems. This quick-growing plant can provide excellent groundcover, though vigilance is required to prevent it from becoming invasive. Good companion plants include Calathea, Orchid, and Bird's nest fern.
Inchplant (Tradescantia zebrina) Inchplant (Tradescantia zebrina)
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