Photo of Tradescantia Brossfeld, belotsvetkovaya, riverside, scaphoid, virgin

Photo of Tradescantia Brossfeld, belotsvetkovaya, riverside, scaphoid, virgin

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Briefly about leaving

The plant prefers bright light, but without direct rays, some species grow well in the shade. The temperature is low in summer and spring (20-24 degrees), and coolness is needed in winter (about 14 degrees). Water the Tradescantia immediately after the surface of the soil in the pot dries up, but in the winter they wait a couple of days before watering. Humidity is not important, but spraying can be beneficial. They are fed only in spring and summer every two weeks alternately with organic and mineral fertilizers, but not forms with variegated leaves - they are only mineral.

Trimming is carried out shaping, as well as pinching. Only Anderson's Tradescantia and Virginia have a dormant period. Propagated as you like - by cuttings, seeds or division during transplantation. Tradescantia is transplanted as needed in the spring every three years, and the young - annually.

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Photos of popular species

Anderson's Tradescantia and white-flowered, Blossfeld and Virginia, hairy and zebra-like. Tradescantia is scaphoid and variegated, riverside or myrtle-leaved.

In the photo: Tradescantia albiflora (tricolor or uiridis) / white-flowered tradescantia (tricolor or uridis)

In the photo: Tradescantia blossfeldiana / Tradescantia Blossfeld

In the photo: Tradescantia fluminensis / Riverside Tradescantia

In the photo: Tradescantia navicularis / navicular tradescantia

In the photo: Tradescantia virginiana / Virginia tradescantia

In the photo: Tradescantia virginiana / Virginia tradescantia

In the photo: Tradescantia virginiana / Virginia tradescantia

In the photo: Tradescantia x andersoniana / Anderson's tradescantia

In the photo: Tradescantia zebrina (pendula) / Zebra tradescantia (hanging)

Literature

  1. Read the topic on Wikipedia
  2. Features and other plants of the family Commelinaceae
  3. List of all species on The Plant List
  4. More information on World Flora Online
  5. Indoor Plants Information

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