Tradescantia Nanouk is a beautiful cultivar most recognizable for it’s lilac-pink, white and green variegation. The leaves are semi-succulent, slightly translucent and relatively broad and large. This is a fast grower that enjoys bright light.
Tradescantia is a genus of flowering plants in the Commelinaceae family originating from Southern Canada all the way down to Northern Argentina. The common ornamental varieties are mostly scramblers with weak stems that make them suitable as a hanging plant. Tradescantia are easily propagated by stem cutting and enjoy bright light. Lower light conditions can cause variegation to be weaker.