Common varieties: albiflora, boat lily, nanouk, white velvet
Tradescantia is an old school vining plant that people used to pass down for generations, and it's now making a come back! This plant is also known as the 'Inch plant' because of its joints at every inch that let the plant wander and grow in different directions. Roots sprout at every joint and make it a very easy plant to propagate.
Keep in bright rooms away from direct sun.
Prefers high humidity. Water once the top soil is dry.
These plants need little care
Not safe for pets
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