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Latin Name: Tradescantia ohiensis


Blooms: Blue, Spring to Early Summer

Seeds or Berries Ripen: Late Summer

Spreads Best Via: Rhizomes/Bulbs

Moisture: Medium - Wet, Medium, Medium - Dry, Dry

Light Requirements: Full Sun to Partial

Soil Type: Sand, Clay, Loam

Cultural Location: Dry Prairies, Roadsides, Meadows
Height: 30cm

Spacing: 15 - 30cm

Propagation: Dividing and Seeds

Germination Code: C(120), M, G

Wildlife Benefits: High Value to Bees and other Pollinators 

Deer Resistant: Yes

Transplanting: Easy


Winter Interest: Minimal

Ohio Spiderwort

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