Rustic with an underlying beauty, Zebrina blooms burst with color and personality tempered by satiny smooth leaves and stems.

Beautiful overgrown tradescantia nanouk plant with vibrant pink and green leaves spilling over the edge of a white pot, isolated on a white background.

Part of the spiderwort family, Zebrina is a popular houseplant that features a blend of colors that makes it stand out from others. The green leaves are the most unique part of the plant and come weaved through with stripes of bright purple to add visual interest.

Traditionally grown in Mexico and Guatemala, this plant also thrives in indoor environments. It offers an excellent ground cover with succulent stems and lanceolate leaves that clasp it. When viewing Zebrina, it has the most intense visual under bright lights.

Also known as the Inch Plant and the Wandering Dude, this plant is often shown off in a hanging basket of a color that doesn’t steal attention from its stunning hanging vines.

Silhouette of a classic wine glass spilt, with the liquid and glass depicted as simple geometric shapes on a plain background, symbolizing a spilled drink.


Once a week

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65-86 °F

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In Spring & Summer

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Mexico & Guatemala

Close-up of vibrant Tradescantia zebrina houseplants, featuring leaves with purple undersides and green and white striped patterns, showcasing natural beauty.

It’s a versatile plant with lax maintenance needs that works well in indoor spaces.

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