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Countless lavender-blue flowers on this pint-sized cutie are nestled among arching, narrow iris-like foliage. Numerous buds form in each cluster opening a few at a time for extended blooming. Golden-yellow stamens dot each 3-petaled flower center.
Tradescantia Little Doll is an excellent perennial for providing some color in difficult locations or in naturalized plantings. Stunning when paired with Daylilies. Tradescantia form dense spreading clumps of narrow strap-like leaves. Each flower stalk has many flower buds. When flower stems are cut, a secretion is released that is threadlike and silky much like a spider web; hence, the common name, Spiderwort.
Tradescantia are easily grown in soils that are moist to boggy. Can be sheared to the ground in midsummer. New foliage will return and possibly rebloom in Fall. Each flower stalk has many flower buds. When flower stems are cut, a secretion is released that is threadlike and silky much like a spider web; hence, the common name, Spiderwort
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Foliage will retain best variegation in part shade locations. Prefers moist to wet, fertile soil. Can be divided every 2 - 3 years in spring or fall. Cutting plants back by half in May will produce more compact plants, if desired. Remove spent blossoms through blooming season to increase repeat blooms. Flower buds close up by late afternoon. If foliage declines in summer heat, cut back almost to ground to promote new foliage and 2nd bloom late summer to fall. If not cut back in summer, cut back after killing frost.
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