Wandering Jew is the common name of a few different species: tradescantia zebrina, tradescantia fluminensis, and tradescantia pallida. All varieties of wandering jew plant care are similar, and quite easy.
You can even propagate tradescantia without much trouble at all, it will root in just a few days and you’ll have an endless supply!
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