Tradescantia Nanouk is a characteristic plant with a thick stem and large leaves for a Tradescantia. The leaves are lancet-shaped with green and (light) pink stripes. The leaf is smooth on the top, unlike the pink bottom that feels hairy. This Tradescantia can show pink and white flowers. The Tradescantia Nanouk can stand in both direct and indirect sunlight. Water the plant regularly, it is best for the pot to feel drier between turns. He does not like constant wet feet.
Originally this plant comes from South America.
Tradescantia is a species of about 70 varieties of remaining plants in the family of Commelinaceae. These plants mostly grow in stretches of South Canadian to Northern Argentinian regions; mainly in wooded areas and in fields. They grow individually as well as in groups. Their leaves are long, narrow grass-like and spike shaped.
The Eden Collection includes the Tradescantia zebrina and Tradescantia Nanouk. Both types are distinguished by their special color.