Wandering Jew


Also known as Spiderworts, Wandering Jew plants are popular for adding colors to your garden with their vibrant leaves in purple shades.


  • Life cycle: perennial
  • Plant size: 8-12 inches
  • Pot required: 6-8 inches
  • Watering: when the topsoil gets dry

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What Makes it Unique?

  • It can be easily used for both hanging baskets and groundcover.
  • Easy-growing plants are perfect for enhancing your bright corners.
  • A low-maintenance plant with striking foliage in shades of purple.
  • An excellent option for both minimalistic and traditional decor types.


How to Care?

  • Wandering Jew plants always prefer being in bright indirect spaces.
  • They don’t like to be in a soggy space. The ideal watering schedule can be only once or twice a week.
  • Be very careful while watering your Spiderworts, as they can easily die being moist for longer.
  • Choose either a shaded outdoor or a bright indoor space to care about them in the best way possible.
  • Wandering Jew doesn’t ask much for re-potting. However, it gets difficult for the roots to survive longer when the plant outgrows the pot.
  • Keeping them in a low light corner as it might affect the variegation. It is best to keep it in places where they receive an ample amount of indirect natural light.
  • Always keep the soil of Spiderworts slightly moist but not soggy to prevent fungal growth and root rotting.
  • The ideal way to care is to keep removing the dead and damaged parts to prevent diseases and infections.
  • Occasional pruning is a must for your Wandering Jew to encourage the new growth of leaves and stems.
  • Choose a slow-release fertilizer rich in organic content to ensure the speedy growth of the plant.
  • Make sure to use a pot that contains a good drainage space to save from waterlogging.
  • Always choose a pot bigger than the actual size needed to allow free and easy growth of Wandering Jew plants.
  • Keep it in bright direct sunlight for the few initial days to help the plant recover from the travel shocks. 


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