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'Sweet Kate' Spiderwort is a unique, indigo-purple bloomer with three heart-shaped petals and strappy blades of gold-chartreuse foliage. Long-blooming and native to the US, 'Sweet K...
A native treasure found in woodlands and open fields, Wild Spiderwort has light purple flowers with a unique look. Three petals surround vivid center stamens with contrasting chartre...
Spiderworts' are known for their charming woodland blooms. Their foliage is lily-like, forming a mound of glossy green, spiky leaves. They naturally grow along streams, so give them plenty of water and some shade. The botanical name tells you the history of this perennial plant: it's called Tradescantia after John Tradescant, a famous English plant explorer who visited North America during the colonial period and "discovered" this native perennial flower.