They are commonly called: Wandering “Dude” Wandering Jew plant, striped wandering Jew (T. zebrina), inch plant, flowering inch plant, wandering Willie (T. fluminensis), purple queen (T. pallida), and spiderwort
I own the pink variagated one, but they also come in solid green and another variegation has green leaves with purple stripes.
These are one of the easiest houseplants to grow – so easy that it is sometimes considered invasive.
These plants do best in bright but indirect sun. Without enough light, the variegation of the leaves begins to fade, but with too much sunlight the leaves to scorch.
These plants look great and grow very well in hanging planters!
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