Sweet Kate Blue & Gold Spiderwort - Tradescantia - Live Plant - Quart Pot

Sweet Kate Blue & Gold Spiderwort - Tradescantia - Live Plant - Quart Pot

Price: $7.99


Features:
  • Immediate shipping. Dormant shipping in winter.
  • Hardy Zones 4-9
  • Months of Bloom: June-September


30+ Dark Blue Tradescantia Spiderwort Flower Seeds / Perennial

30+ Dark Blue Tradescantia Spiderwort Flower Seeds / Perennial

Price: $4.89


Features:
  • FULL SUN OR PARTIAL SHADE
  • THIS YEAR'S FRESH SEEDS
  • 2 feet talll


Spiderwort Day Lily Blue Flower - Commelina Wandering Jew Plant - 5x Cutting

Spiderwort Day Lily Blue Flower - Commelina Wandering Jew Plant - 5x Cutting

Price: $11.51


Features:
  • They grow in all types of light and are very hard to kill.
  • garden
  • plant


30+ TRADESCANTIA SPIDERWORT FLOWER SEEDS MIX / PERENNIAL

30+ TRADESCANTIA SPIDERWORT FLOWER SEEDS MIX / PERENNIAL

Price: $11.00


Features:
  • 30+ SEEDS...... Tradescantia, commonly know as Spiderwort is a goood plant for novice gardeners because it is so easy to grow and the flowers and foliage are so attractive. It grows in many soil types, even wet, boggy sites, but thrives in moist, well drained soil. Blooms spring and summer, and if cut back in July, will bloom until the first hard frost. Can be started indoors in winter to be transplanted outdoors in spring....or can be sown directly into the ground in spring or summer


Spiderwort Purple Tradescantia 15 Bare Root Starter Plants Shade or Partial

Spiderwort Purple Tradescantia 15 Bare Root Starter Plants Shade or Partial

Price: $32.00


Features:
  • Spiderwort Purple Tradescantia 15 Bare Root Starter Plants Shade or Partial

Spiderwort - edible flower and leaves, identification and information

This is a video about edible wild plant Spiderwort. Enjoy and make your salad colorful!

Conservation group sells native prairie plants - Quad City Times

Native wildflowers, prairie grasses and bare-root tree seedlings are for sale from the Scott County Soil and Water Conservation District, 8370 Hillandale Road, Davenport, with orders accepted through March 30.

Money raised goes toward scholarships, educational programs and other community projects.

The district is also selling Plantskydd, a rain-resistant animal repellent to...

Source: qctimes.com

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  2. Gardening: Plants under glass — life inside the terrarium
    You can even bring in a water lily or two, and the foliage of many indoor plants — such as pothos, arrowhead plant (Syngonium) and spiderwort (Tradescantia) — will flourish when their roots are bathed in water. For more information about area plants
  3. Minneapolis Star Tribune Prairie seed collections are critical on Minnesota parks' fall to-do lists
    He starts collecting seed from the early species in late spring, such as pasque flower, red columbine, alum root, spiderwort, red and white baneberry, cohosh, Canada anemone, prairie smoke and larkspur. They need to be harvested before seed pods 
  4. Republican Journal It's just a matter of time
    While many flowering plants serve as indicators of season — like those snowdrops that defy winter, sweet peas in late spring to the roses of summer to fall's asters and goldenrod — some plants actually indicate the time of day. The idea of a garden
  5. The Columbus Dispatch Plant of the Week: Purple spiderwort
    Light: full sun to part shade. Height: 12 to 18 inches. Spread: 12 to 20 inches. USDA Hardiness Zones: 10 and 11. Origin: Eastern Mexico. Purple Queen spiderwort (Tradescantia pallida “Purple Queen”) is a striking plant for either out in the garden or

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  1. 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 name spiderwort. They were introduced into Europe as ornamental plants in the 17th century and are now grown as such ...
  2. By Nikki Tilley (Author of The Bulb-o-licious Garden). Yet another wildflower favorite and must have for the garden is the spiderwort (Tradescantia) plant.These interesting flowers not only offer something different to the landscape but are extremely easy to grow and care for.
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  4. Spiderwort makes a nice ground cover with grass like leaves and blue flowers. I looks its best in winter and spring. Summer is its down time.
  5. Tradescantia, commonly known as Spiderwort is a good plant for novice gardeners because it is so easy to grow and the flowers and foliage are so attractive.
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