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Tradescantia

History and Origin:

Tradescantia is a genus of plants within the Commelinaceae family, native to Canada and northern Argentina. The genus name was given by Swedish botanist, Carl Linnaeus in honour of the English naturalists and explorers John Tradescant the Elder (c. 1570s 1638) and John Tradescant the Younger (16081662), both of whom introduced many new plants to English gardens.

About:

Tradescantia are trailing or tufted perennial plants with sumptuous clusters of blooms that hang elegantly from strong stems. Glossy foliage creates great groundcover to showcase a truly stunning spectacle within your gardens throughout the flowering period.

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