Tradescantia Nanouk has variegated foliage mixed with shades of greens and pinks. The foliage is dense with sturdy, trailing vines and large leaves compared to other tradescantia.
Nanouk Tradescantia can be grown indoors as a house plant or outdoors in shady containers or planters. It’s a vigorous grower and easy to care for. It’s trailing habit makes it a good choice for hanging baskets.
Tradescantia needs bright indirect sunlight and well drained soil. Direct sunlight can burn the leaves but in a very dark, shady spot can mute the colors.
Tradescantia Nanouk is usually grown as a house plant or in a container and not planted in the ground. Plant 1 plant per pot for pots sized 2 to 6 inches. For larger containers, plant 2-3 plants per pot in pots 6 to 10 inches wide.