Botanical name: Tradescantia sillamontana
Tradescantia Sillamontana White Velvet, aka Tradescantia Sillamontana Matuda, White Velvet, White Gossamer Plant, Woolly Wandering Jew, Cobweb Spiderwort, is an evergreen, erect perennial noted for its oval, stem-clasping, olive to gray-green leaves densely covered with silver-white, woolly hairs. The leaves and new stems are so heavily covered with cobwebby, silver-white hairs and the plant appears quite silver.
Indirect and medium to low light . They do not need to see the sun directly. But filtered sunlight through glass is fine. The best spot for them is where they do not see the sun during the majority of the day, like somewhere shady outside or inside behind a window.
They like the soil to be 50% dry before the next watering. That usually takes about one to two weeks in an average home environment. It may vary depends on your environment and light condition, but for them, it's always safer to underwater or water when you see signs of lack of water like floppy, droop, or soft leaves.
Medium care. Do not mist and avoid water on leaves.
Not safe for pets.
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