TRADESCANTIA ZEBRINA BURGUNDY
Tradescantia Zebrina "Burgundy". Known as Tradescantia zebrina, formerly named as Zebrina pendula, is a species of spiderwort more commonly known as an inch plant or wandering jew. This plant is very easy to care for and looks very good in a hanging basket with broad dark purple leaves. This is one of the reason Tradescantia Zebrina is a classical house plant.
Zebrina is a trailing plant that works well in seasonal pots or as an underplanting for larger houseplants like hibiscus standard, plumeria, or Ficus tree. It can be used in containers or in the ground to fill in at the base of other tall topicals like cannas, bananas, and elephant ears.
Once all threat of frost has gone, treat it as an annual and plant cuttings in the ground for the growth season. Because it grows quickly and has trailing branches that can become straggly (especially in low light), you may want to replenish containers by putting tip cuttings back in the top on a regular basis.
HOW TO CARE FOR YOUR TRADESCANTIA ZEBRINA BURGUNDY?