Tradescantia nanouk (Pink Inch Plant)

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How to look after your Tradescantia Nanouk 

Bright indirect light

Allow the top two inches of soil to dry before watering. Over-watering is the main killer of these plants.

Prefers increased humidity but can tolerate normal levels

Feed with a weak houseplant fertiliser during the summer

History of Inch Plants

The name of the genus Tradescantia comes from two English explorers John Tradescant the elder and John Tradescant the younger who brought the first Tradescantia to England in 1629. They have since become popular across the globe as ornamental house plants that are favoured for their fast growth and trailing abilities.

Dutch Development

Tradescantia Nanouk's are a new variety of inch plant developed in 2012 in tSappameer, The Netherlands by cross-pollinating two selected seedlings of Tradescantia Albifloras.. 


St Ives Planter (9cm)
St Ives Planter (9cm)
St Ives Planter (9cm)
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Kynance Planter (10.5cm)
Kynance Planter (10.5cm)
Kynance Planter (10.5cm)

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Really cute little plant. Looks great in the St Ives Planter

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