Purple Heart

Purple Heart

Purple Heart We have these growing in the yard in FL and they grow just like a wandering jew given the proper conditions.

purple heart by goldie

purple heart of creeping phlox. Sweet magnolias Farm identified this as creeping phlox

Sanseveria as the vertical element, Purple Heart (Setcresea), Senecio and Burro's Tail draping over the sides

Snake plant (sanseveria) as the vertical element, Purple Heart (Setcresea), Senecio and Burro's Tail draping over the sides.

We have two of these pots flanking our front entry.  They were purchased from Crate & Barrel but tended to tip over.  They have a false bottom that we filled with sand to stop them from tipping.  The pots have Sanseveria as the vertical element, Senecio and Burro's Tail draping over the sides and the purple is Purple Heart (Setcresea).  design and photo by Nancy Pedersen

We have two of these pots flanking our front entry. The pots have Sanseveria as the vertical element, Senecio and Burro's Tail draping over the sides and the purple is Purple Heart (Setcresea).

Native to Mexico, wandering Jew (Tradescantia zebrina, also known as Zebrina pendula) grows quickly, displaying trailing stems and green and purple leaves often marked with silvery stripes. A ...

Propagating a Wandering Jew

Native to Mexico, wandering Jew (Tradescantia zebrina, also known as Zebrina pendula) grows quickly, displaying trailing stems and green and purple leaves often marked with silvery stripes.

purple heart plant  Air Cleaning Plant  Height: Trails to 2 ft (60 cm)  Light: Bright light. Some direct sun is fine, but keep your plant shaded from strong summer sun.  Water: Water thoroughly, then allow the top 1 in (2.5 cm) to dry out between waterings.  Humidity: Average room humidity.  Temperature: Average to warm room temperatures   Soil: Peat moss-based potting mix.  Fertilizer: Feed monthly in Spring & Summer

Tradescantia pallida, purple heart plant Pinner says: "more winter hardy than you would think. Dies back here in during hard winters, but if you leave it a lone and then trim back after danger of more frost.

Setcreasea pallida 'Purple Heart'.  SUCCULENT and very drought tolerant

I planted some this year, and managed to keep them alive! They're super easy to take care of!

Dog Paws, Trails, Paw-prints, Heart - Purple Heart Sticker

Dog Paws, Trails, Paw-prints, Heart - Purple Heart Sticker

Tradescantia pallida 'Purple Heart' at San Marcos Growers. Probably not a perennial in zone 5.

Purple Wandering Jew - Tradescantia pallida Purple Heart (plant with Texas Sage, also in lower beds with lantana and artemesia?

Colorful Purple Heart Ivy Groundcover Starter Plant | eBay

Colorful Purple Heart Ivy Groundcover Starter Plant

Colorful Purple Heart Ivy Groundcover Starter Plant | eBay

Entryway shade container - begonia, purple heart, trailing spikemoss, bacopa, etc

For Shade- Benitocha begonia Gold Coast English holly Persian Shield Purple Heart Fortune Pink tuberous begonia Golden trailing spike moss Mexican Feather Grass Blue Showers bacopa

Purple Heart, Purple Queen, Wandering Jew   Tradescantia pallida 'Purpurea'

Tradescantia pallida, at Fort Worth Botanic gardens - Purple Heart, Purple Queen, Wandering Jew Tradescantia pallida 'Purpurea'

Variegated Purple & White Purple Heart Ivy by GardenPathPlants

Variegated Purple & White Purple Heart Ivy by GardenPathPlants

Purple Heart -A stunning plant for frost free gardens used as a groundcover. Can fill beds on sheltered locations or be mixed into tropical plantings to add purple foliage color. Great choice for hanging baskets or dangling off the edges of pots. Nestles well into boulders and particularly attractive trailing around rock waterfalls. Color makes a stunning addition to minimal modern gardens. Easy care and waterwise.

Purple Heart (Setcreasea pallida) - Monrovia - Purple Heart (Setcreasea pallida Rapid growth to 12 to 18 in.

Setcreasea Purple Heart, annual, 12"x18" spread, full sun

propagate Purple Heart Wandering Jew - Cut off a leaf with a good portion of stem, poke a hole in the ground with a pencil, stick the stem in it, and walk away.

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