Purple Heart

Posted on 7th May 2014 in Wandering Jew Plants

Tradenscantia pallida is also known as the Purple heart plant. It originated in Mexico. Purple heart needs bright light and average room humidity. It produces purple rich bunches of blooms. It makes a beautiful house plant year-round. Purple heart is usually planted in small decorative container or in a hanging basket.
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Purple heart is propagated in many ways such as leaf cuttings, by simple layering, by air layering, by serpentine layering or by stooling or mound layering.
Juices from the leaves and stems may cause skin rednness and irritation in some people.
Some of purple heart’s close cousins are the green wandering jew and the purple wandering jew, the spiderworts and Moses-in-the-cradle.

Purple heart is also known as Purple queen andPurple heart tradescantia.

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Tropical Wandering Jew Plant

Posted on 25th March 2014 in Wandering Jew Plants

Wandering jew plant is native to tropical rainforests of Brazil and Mexico. This plant is extremely beautiful and is very easy to grow. The plant gets its name from the Christian folklore from 1300′s. The plant was named after its eternal wandered because it adapts and lives a long time,crawls and wanders away from its originally planted spot.
Tropical wandering jew has oval dark green leaves which are pointy, shiny, smooth and fleshy. Common varieties of the wandering jew plant are Tradescantia fluminesis, Tradescantia pallida and Tradescantia zebrina. All look similar. wandering jew plant
Taking care of this plant is easy. It adapts to most enviroments. Wandering jew perfers bright to filtered light, average humidity, and drench soil. It is propagated by layering and stem cuttings. Wandering jew plants are usually planted for decorative use in hanging baskets and planted in gardens as floor covers because they spread quickly.
Wandering jew plant is a cousin of Rhoeo and other spoderworts. This plant helps in reducing air pollution.

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Growing Wandering Jew Outside

Posted on 28th January 2014 in Wandering Jew Plants

Growing Wandering jew is easy. It’s one of the easiest plants to grow. This plant is sold in every region across the country because it is adaptive to most climates. Wandering jew is a hardy plant and can be planted indoors and outdoors. Growing Wandering jew outside is very easy. The plant spreads quickly. Sometimes it is even considered as invasive species because it grows fast and spreads fast. It can take over a lawn if it is left without trimming and cutting. Wandering jew will do great outside because that’s it’s natural habitat. This plant is native to tropical climates, but adapts to harsh climate with no problem. wandering jew outside
It starts to grow again in the spring and spreads like crazy. It’s doesn’t need much maintanance although it perfers and will grow better in partial sunny and moist place. Wandering jew makes an excellent outside plant and it can be planted directly in the ground or in pots and containers. If planted in pots it can be brought inside during the winter, where it will adapt quickly. Wandering jew can be grown from cuttings, by keeping it in the water and planting it when it forms roots or just putting the cuttings directly in moist soil where the Wandering jew grows stems quickly. This plant can be grown by anyone without any gardening experience. It’s a very interesting plant that gives of purple pink or white blooms.

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Wandering jew during the winter

Posted on 9th December 2013 in Wandering Jew Plants

During the cold season, most people will bring their wandering jews inside. Wandering jews which are planted in pots can be easily brought inside during the winter. This plant will adapt quickly and most likely will not die due to temperature change. Wandering jew is a strong plant that adapts to most enviroments and harsh climates.
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During the winter, this plant should be kept moist. It doesn’t like too much water. Make sure that it is kept in sunny location and fertilized once monthly. During the growing season it should recieve more fertilizor and water. Wandering jew makes an excellent plant for busy people because it doesn’t require a lot of care and maintance.
Trimming is nessesery because Wandering jew grows quickly. This plant will provide beautiful pink or purple blossoms. It’s a plant that requires little but will give us a lot to enjoy in it’s beautiful blooms. Wandering jew is easily started from cuttings and spreads quickly. Overall it’s an amazing plant.

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Zebrina Pendula-annuals and biennials

Posted on 22nd January 2013 in Wandering Jew Plants

Zebrina pendula is also known as a wandering jew plant. It’s foliage is greenish-gray above and rich red-purple beneath. Wandering jew plant produces pink, purple or white flowers that grows in clusters. Zebrina pendula can also be grown as groundcover, shrubs, annuals and biennials. It’s really easy to take care of this plant. It’s low maintenance and starts easily by seed. It’s foliage is green, and the leabes are ovate around 4 inches long.Zebrina pendula adapts easily and can be grown pretty much anywhere. It is often planted as a house plant but will do great if left outdoors. Zebrina pendula need fertilization for better grow every two weeks during the growing season. In some regions of the world the wandering jew plant is considered as an invasive species because it takes an area over quickly because of its adaptive charactersitics and quick growth. Many gardeners cut and trim this plant more often than others, because it’s known to spread quickly and take over the whole garden. Zebrina pendula is a wonderful plant. It’s has an unique appearance and can be found in almost all gardens because of its characteristics and appearance. This plant is great for shady areas of any garden or home.

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Wandering Jew Flower Essence

Posted on 10th May 2012 in Wandering Jew Plants

Wandering jew plant is native to Central America, Mexico. It is widely spread across globe and can be found growing in most regions of the world. It’s widely spread in many areas of the New Zealand where it grows as a groundcover. There it is considered as an invasive species because it grows quickly in a short period of time and it’s growth is hard to control once it establishes its roots. Wandering jew plant is very adaptable and can grow in almost all conditions and enviroments. It’s stems perfer to trail down and wander off. This is why the plant is named the Wandering jew. It makes an excellent hanging plant. Wandering jew flowers are white, purple or pink. They are produced in small clusters.

A Wandering jew flower essence was made 29 March 1999. It was made with tiny white flowers, just a few days before Easter which means that it was made in the week of the Jewish Passover. This is a very important significance of the date because the plants name. The Wandering jew flower essence is very powerful and is perfered by people who are under the spell of any type of relationship illusion. The flower essence gives a definition of coming clean and emerging from self persecution. This essence is for people who want to heal attachments to relationships and to help boost a peron towards freedom. Wandering jew flowers grow in small clusters and look attractive on bushy trailing down plant, which gives off a strong smelling essence.

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Creeping Plants

Posted on 15th April 2012 in Wandering Jew Plants

Creeping plants are great for planting under trees, down slopes, and between rock gasps. They are perfect vine plants and groundcovers. Creeping plants out not up and scatter along the ground where they grow roots as they move. There are many varieties of creeping plants. Creeping plants are usually easy to grow. They can grow from cuttings or by seedlings. Plants should be planted a few inches from each other and kept watered every day until they are established. Many culinary herbs are considered as creeping plants. They perfer a lot of sunlight.

Creeping thyme, prostrate rosemary, and the golden oregano are just some culinary creeping herbs. These herbs give aromatic delicate flowers and culinary herbs. Most creeping plants grow between rocks and are only a few inches tall. Creeping plants that tolerate shade inluce the golden creeping jenny, peacock moss and the eco lacquered spider. There are many other varities of creeping plants that enjoy both sun and shade including the creeping raspberry plant, the blue star creeper, and the mazus reptans.

Creeping plants are perfect for adding final touch and enhancing flowerbeds. They are ideal as ground covers and hanging basket plants. Spiderwort and Wandering jew plant are excellent creeping plants for hanging baskets. Both of these plants produce clusters or flowers and their foliage is attractive and dense. They are easy to grow plants that don’t require a lot of care. Wandering jew and spiderwort are much similar plants. They are easily propagated by cuttings. Cuttings are kept in moist soil until the roots are established.

Pruning is really important for Wandering jew plant, spiderwort and other creeping plants. By pinching off stems you will ensure that your creeping plant grows more fuller and bushier. Pruning is a must for creeping plants. This will keep them fuller and healthy looking plants. Creeping plants need fertlizer during growing season once a week. Creeping plants are great for final touch in any landscape design.

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Wandering Jew Ground Cover

Posted on 15th March 2012 in Wandering Jew Plants

Wandering jew plant is commonly used as a ground cover in areas of light foot traffic, in front of tall flowers, in shady spots, and along walkways. It’s often planted in spots where grass will not flourish. Ground covers are usually planted to control soil erosion. Wandering jew plant makes an amazing ground cover. It’s an evergreen perennial which produces tiny pink, purple or white flowers which grow in clusters. Its foliage is silver green and has a purple underside.

Wandering jew ground cover is very adaptable and can thrive in sun or shade in North America. It will hold water in its stems during the season of drought. Wandering jew is a really easy plant to grow and doesn’t require a lot of maintaince. This ground cover grows in well drained soil which has a high organic content. Moist soil is required in order to keep the leaves vibrant color.
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Wandering jew will adapt quickly to any enviroment. It is propagated very easily by cuttings. Propagation can be done by placing cuttings into water to form roots then planting it in a pot, or by simply planting cuttings into a moist soil in the pot next to the wandering jew. This ground cover grows rapidly and will spread like crazy which makes it an excellent ground cover.

Wandering jew is considered as invasive plant in some regions of New Zealand because of it’s rapid growth. Wandering jew is not just used as ground cover, it is also commonly used as container plants for front yards, hanging basket plants, and for landscaping. Wandering jew plants are usually sold as starter plants in 3” pots or in hanging baskets. Try placing a few cuttings in your shade spots of the back yard or garden and see how it will transform into a beautiful and calming area of purple ground cover.

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Wandering Jew Hanging Plant

Posted on 6th February 2012 in Wandering Jew Plants

The wandering jew plant is also know as creeping jew, spiderwort and purple heart. This plant is usually planted in hanging baskets and it is a well known hanging plant. It’s leaves have white, silver and purple stripes. The stems can grow over a foot long.

Wandering jew produces small clusters of white, pink or purple blooms in spring and summer. Taking care of this plant is really easy, because wandering jew plant is adaptable to almost any condition.

Wandering jew does best in hanging baskets. It’s branches will trail down the sides of the pot which will look amazing. Hanging baskets should be put in some direct sunlight every day. If a wandering jew doesn’t recieve enough sunlight it will reduce the color of the leaves. This, hanging plant perfers warm temperatures and humidity. It requires mist freguently and watering twice a week.

Hanging basket wandering jew should have a saucer underneath the plant that should be filled with water. Wandering jew plant should be pruned frequently. Ends of stems should be pinched off. This will result in a more fuller and bushier hanging wandering jew plant. Wandering jew is a perfect hanging plant that gives amazing blooms and doesn’t require a lot of care.

How to Grow Wandering Jew Houseplants

Posted on 27th December 2011 in Wandering Jew Plants

Wandering jew houseplant is one of the easiest plants to grow. It doesn’t require much attention and adapts to almost any condition and enviroment. Wandering jew comes in a wide range of colored foliage and has pink, white or purple blooms. This plant is perfect for hanging baskets because it trails down and wanders everywhere, which explains how it got its name. Wandering jew thrives best in rich soil with a good drainage. The plant should be kept in bright, indirect sunlight. Soil should be kept moist at all times. Liquid fertilizer should be used weekly for the roots to form a good system. Cuttings can be used to make your wandering jew plant bushier. Simply put the cuttings in the moist soil next to your plant. Cuttings will form a new plant. Cuttings can be also put in water to form roots then should be planted in a pot or hanging basket. Pinching off stems will make your wandering jew healthier and bushier plant and will encourage it to grow and bloom.

What Season Is Best To Plant The Wandering Jew?
Wandering jew is both, outdoors and indoor plant. Outdoors it is often planted as ground cover. It is also planted in hanging baskets. The best time to plant your wandering jew outside is in early spring. This will encourage your wandering jew to start growing when temperatures start to get warmer. Wandering jew needs bright and sunny spot but also thrives in the shade. This plant is considered one of the easiest to grow, so there are little chances that your wandering jew will not thrive. Plant your wandering jew in a moist, rich soil. Add fertilizer once a week and keep it moist all the time. Pinch off stems to encourage growth and blooms. Wandering jew will give you beautiful blossom of white, pink or purple color.

What Is The Secret To A Healthy Wandering Jew Plant?
In order to thrive, Wandering jew plant needs bright and sunny spot. It should be fertilized once a week and kept in a moist and rich soil. Wandering jew plants likes warm temperature and a good amount of humidity. Pinching of stems, will make your plant more fuller and bushier, and it will make your wandering jew not look saggy. Wandering jew does best in hanging baskets and small pots.