|Not this plant|
Imagine if this plant has pink and white variegated leaves, grows fast and is branched.
The ‘Hot’ new plant I want to show you is ‘Nanouk’ Tradescantea. But right now, Google Blogger is broken, and I can’t upload any new pictures. The only pictures I can access are ones already in use on the blog.
Since I could not imagine a new plant either, unless actually seen, you can search for ‘Nanouk’ Tradescantea.
When we had this plant 8-9 years ago, it was ahead of its time. Due to the big leaves, it looks good in spring 10”-12” hanging baskets.
Now we need to squeeze it down into small pots for indoor gardeners. It can certainly grow in small pots and baskets. When it grows too big, just cut it back and give away your cuttings.
True to supply and high demand, there was no supply for unrooted cuttings. But I was able to secure stock plants indirectly from Canadian growers.
It will be easy to produce and I’m looking forward to distributing it to all our garden center customers. Since there can be no picture, you will have to see the real thing.