Ohio Spiderwort (SOLD OUT)

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Tradescantia ohiensis

Exposure: Sun-partial

Soil: Dry-medium-wet

Height: 3'

Bloom: May-June-July

Attracts: Insects
The most important pollinators of the flowers are long-tongued bees, especially bumblebees. Other visitors include Halictine bees and Syrphid flies. However, the Syrphid flies feed on stray pollen and are non-pollinating. Spiderwort is rarely bothered by insects, although Lema collaris (Leaf Beetle sp.) reportedly feeds on the foliage.

3 half-pint plugs