These guys are a good firm favourite as a house plant and can be found growing in the wild from anywhere from Southern Canada to Northern Argentina, to the West Indies. They were brought over to Europe as an ornamental plants in the 17th century.
These Tradescantia were a popular house plant in the 1970s and like many plants from the 70s, they're making a come back. Tradescantia are an easy care houseplant and super easy to propagate and grow.
These guys are a trailing purple succulent plant and make a real statement.
These little guys are great at removing common toxins from the air.
Water once the soil becomes dry.
Mist the leaves on a regular basis.
To keep the vibrant colours, ensure they get 8 to 10 hours of indirect sunlight a day.
Quick to grow. And easy to grow more Tradescantia, simply take a cutting and pop it straight in the soil. It will easily root and grow quickly.
These are a good all-rounder perfect for any room.