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Wandering Jew Plant Cutting


  • This listing is for (1) Wandering Jew plant cutting that will need to be put in water to grow roots
  • Plant Care Guide included in with each plant ordered
  • Also known as: Cobweb Spiderwort, Hairy Wandering Jew, White Gossamer Plant, White Velvet, Inchplant, Indian Plant
  • Botanical name: Tradescantia sillamontana
  • Your Plant: The Wandering Jew plant is easy to grow and prefers partial shade with well-drained acidic soils. Its leaves can alternate with purple, green, and silver “hair” – making them a brilliant and unique plant species. When kept indoors as a houseplant, make sure to water regularly.
SKU: Swiss Cheese Monstera Adansonii Cuttings-1


Instructions: Once received, place your cutting(s) in a glass of water and watch them grow their roots. Once each cutting has 1-inch roots from the node, they are ready to be planted in soil. The rooting process takes 2-3 weeks with proper care, but keep in mind you get to enjoy watching them grow!

Sunlight: Indirect sunlight or partial shade

Watering: Each week or when the top inch of soil has dried out. Water thoroughly until the soil is saturated and excess water is fully drained.

In the case that there are issues with your plant upon arrival, please let us know within 3 days of delivery. Note our pictures are representations of what you will receive and that your cuttings will vary in size and color – making each of them unique for their new home!

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