Tradescantia occidentalis

Tradescantia occidentalis


Photo credit: Jean-Pol Grandmont

Western Spiderwort Category:


Soil: Xeric (Dry) Sun: Full to part Height:  10″ -24″ Color: Pink to Violet Blooms: June – September Flowers: Leaves:

Suggested Uses:

This beautiful wildflower will grow on a variety dry of soil-types. It is highly deer resistant and is valued by native bees.

Interesting Facts

Medicinal Uses: Food Uses: Native Americans used this plant as a cooked vegetable. Other info: Name: Named for John Tradescant – Royal gardener for King Charles I. Other Names:

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs

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