Tradescantia rosea 'Morning Grace'

Also known as:

  • Callisia rosea 'Morning Grace'
  • Morning Grace Perennial Dwarf Spiderwort

Plant Type

groundcover

Zones

6a-9b

Size

H:8"-10"
W:4"-8"

Growing Conditions

Water Needs:

even moisture

Sun Exposure:

sun, mostly sun, mostly shade

Features

Flower Color:

pink

Wildlife:

butterflies, deer resistant

Flower Season:

summer, fall

Tags

broadleaf
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(aka: Callisia rosea) Tradescantia rosea 'Morning Grace' is a large growing native (Maryland south to Florida) counterpart to our prior introduction, Tradescantia rosea 'Power Ranger'. Larger in Tradescantia rosea means 8" tall compared to 5" tall. Tradescantia 'Morning Grace' is a Michael Jenkins selection that makes a charming 8" tall x 8" wide clump of narrow green leaves, and is topped from midsummer until fall with tiny lavender-pink flowers that open in the morning and close in the afternoon. After having grown Tradescantia rosea for over a decade, I find it one of the consummate rock garden plants...never becoming a pest like so many of its kin.

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