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Posted by EDITOR 13 Apr 2010 - 12:58:00 PM

Common names like White Velvet and White Gossamer suggest how the hairy leaves of this Tradescantia sillamontana make it a good choice for a sensory garden. But I also like the stepped pattern of the alternate leaves which is tighter in sunnier conditions where the plant doesn't need to stretch for light.

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