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Tradescantia

Tradescantia

Tradescantia, better known as Spiderwort, blooms for about 2 months from late spring to mid summer.  You can use Tradescantia to plant over and around spring-flowering bulbs to hide the bulb's foliage as it matures naturally, while adding late spring and summer color.


Tradescantia Virginiana

Tradescantia Virginiana
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Tradescantia Virginiana is a species of Spiderwort that is native to the eastern US.  It has violet-blue to purple, three-petaled 1 1/2" flowers with yellow stamens, lasting only a day.  They continuously bloom from May to July.  Tolerant of poor soils, they grow quickly and easily - can be invasive.

Size: 1-2 fan plants
Plant: 1 Root Per 1.5 Sq Ft
Bloom Time: May-July
Planting Depth: Cover with 2" of soil
Height: 24"
Zone: 5-9
Exposure: Full sun
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