Tradescantia / ˌ t r æ d ɪ ˈ s k æ n t i ə / is a genus of 75 species of herbaceous perennial wildflowers in the family Commelinaceae, native to the New World from southern Canada to northern Argentina, including the West Indies.Members of the genus are known by the common names spiderwort or Indian paint. They were introduced into Europe as ornamental plants in the 17th century and are Wandering Jew Botanical name: Tradescantia fluminensis Family name: Commelinaceae Overview. Wandering Jew is a succulent perennial plant that is an environmental weed, causing major problems under trees and in bush reserves throughout the North Island in some parts of the South Island. Tradescantia fluminensis is a very close relative to T. Zebrina (or Zebrina pendula as it used to be called) and is also known as the Wandering Jew Plant. Although it's much less popular these days, its care requirements are identical to T. Zebrina except it will cope better with a slightly darker position. Use as ground cover, for bedding, in pots. Full sun or light shade. Moderate water. Pinch back after bloom. Tradescantia p. 'Variegata' sports dazzling purple, cream, and pink stripes; not quite as cold hardy. 'Blue Sue' has blue-green foliage with a purple margin. moses-in-the-cradle, oyster plant tradescantia spathacea. From Mexico, Central SOCIETY GARLIC (Tulbaghia violacea ) is a fast growing plant that forms clumps reaching 30 inches in height. This plant grows well in wet or dry circumstances and makes a good rock garden or container plant. The plant has gray-green narrow leaves that are somewhat evergreen in warmer climates. Society Garlic gives off a garlic scent and has been said to help rid gardens of mole problems. The Spiderwort forms a mound of grassy-looking leaves with a long display of interesting triangular flowers, available in a variety of colours. This selection has delicate soft-pink blooms over a compact mound of blue-gre
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TL;DR Headline – Tradescantia “Pink Princess” and “Golden Girl” are now officially banned weeds in New Zealand I hate being the bearer of bad news, but a 25 Nov 2019 Auckland Council has completed a genetic analysis of two ornamental cultivars of Tradescantia – 'Golden Girl' and 'Pink Princess' and found Gorgeous tradescantia pink princess. Just found out today that they're a pest in NZ. Still beautiful #tradescantiapinkprincess. 12. 0. 6 days ago. Another plant 5 days ago Some of New Zealand's unwanted organisms are present in our region. location, take a photo if you can, and contact us on 0800 496 734 or email pest. [email protected] Tradescantia (wandering willie) Recent genetic analysis has shown that 'Golden Girl' and 'Pink Princess' are both cultivars of T.
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Tradescantia is a tough tropical plant. Depending on the species, tradescantias are typically purple and often variegated with silvers, greens, creams, even pinks, and occasionally gold. Many of the light-foliage varieties have dark purple undersides, which creates a dramatic effect. A: Tradescantia (aka wandering willie and once upon a time wandering jew) is very hard to get rid of because every fragment left behind can resprout. It is tolerant of deep shade, wet conditions Tradescantia Zebrina is a beautiful and unusual trailing indoor plant. The topside of the leaves are green, while the underside of the leaves are purple. Tradescantia Zebrina is a beautiful and unusual trailing indoor plant. The topside of the leaves are green, while the underside of the leaves are purple.