Houseplant that's easy to grow and propagate. And it's non-toxic for cats!
How to care for a Wandering Jew Plant- One..don't touch them..ever, they don't like being moved around.
Wandering jew plants can be difficult to grow indoors. Once you get the hang of indoor wandering jew plant care, you can keep them growing year after year.
Caring for your Wandering Jew plant ... being anything but a green thumb, this is my go to hanging basket plant, beautiful, hardy, and forgiving.
Silvery Purple Wandering Jew House Plant - Zebrina pendula - Care Tips. Height: Trailing stems can grow to 2 ft or more. Light: Bright, indirect light. Water: Keep soil evenly moist in the growing season, slightly drier in winter.
#plantshelfie love! Who said plants have to be green? Tradescantia pallida (purple heart plant), Begonia rex or Tradescantia zebrina (wandering jew plant) add unexpected touches of colour to your home :@createaholic #urbanjunglebloggers
Growing climbing vines indoors can be easily accomplished and there are quite a few common indoor vine plants to choose from. This article discusses them. Click here to learn more about these climbing vines.
Setcreasea Purpurea is commonly known as Wandering Jew, Purple Heart or Purple Queen for its purple leaves. Wandering Jew is an excellent choice as ground cover or as a showy plant for hanging baskets. Propagated from divisions, Wandering Jew would grow in sunny as well as shady locations. It requires moderate watering and bears purple flowers throughout the year. Wandering Jew can also be used for xeriscaping for its capacity to withstand droughts; zone 10a - zone 8a