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Tradescantia ohiensis

 



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Tradescantia ohiensis (Ohio Spiderwort) Wildflower Seeds


Everwilde Farms A Native Wildflower Seed Farm (1 product)
We think that this popular wildflower deserves a more fitting name like 'Azure Lady's Fan'! Each colorful bloom displays three crisp, fan-like petals, with charming yellow stamens and purple downy fuzz. Delightful and unique! The flowers each

Tradescantia ohiensis alba (White Ohio Spiderwort) Wildflower Seeds


Everwilde Farms A Native Wildflower Seed Farm (1 product)
White Ohio Spiderwort is a lovely native perennial that will grow in a wide variety of soil conditions! Plants grow 2-3 feet tall and showy clusters of three petaled white flowers open in the morning. Young leaves and stem are edible! The name




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