On the Sill | Tradescantia Nanouk


Wandering gypsy- Tradescantia Nanouk

The tradescantia plants originated in central America, Mexico & South America but the Nanouk originated in Sappemeer, the Netherlands. This is one of the easiest houseplants to care for which makes it a great choice for beginners!




LIGHT - Bright, indirect light is what this plant prefers but it can handle some direct sun as long as it's not the hot afternoon

sun.


WATER - Once every week or every 2 weeks, allow the top inch of soil to dry out between waterings. Over watering can cause brown spots, root rot & fungal infections.



PRUNING - This plant is a fast grower which can cause it to need to be repotted more than once a season. If you're plant is getting leggy you can cut it off the stem right above the leaf node & then you can stick the cutting right into the soil! This will help make your plant look fuller or you can start a new plant!


TOXICITY - Low toxicity. Can cause some skin irritation from the sap & can cause some gastric distress with ingested.







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