Moses in a boat, Moses in the basket, Moses-in-the-bullrushes

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The odd-looking pods tucked into the base of a rosette of lance-shaped leaves has unleashed a string of imaginative common names for this plant. Here are some of them: boat lily, cradle lily, Moses in a boat, Moses in a cradle, Moses in the basket, Moses-in-the-bullrushes, oyster plant, and three men in a boat. Tradescantia spathacea is a favorite houseplant known for it eye-catching foliage. Plants are shipped bare root, and can be from 8 to 12 inches or more depending upon the plants available at the time of shipping. I have grown many of these plants successfully for years. Second item show how they look when they get bigger.  They multiply when they are happy. If your plant is well taken care of you too should have great success. **Thanks for viewing my items from a smoke free home. **I offer Low or Free Shipping and am ready to ship; so send your Verified address via TraderKat promptly. If you do not send your address within 7 days; no refunds; per TraderKats rules. **Please leave feedback and click "GOT IT" after it arrives. If there is a problem please tell me upon receipt. ** I will be listing many different kinds of items; so come back often to see them. ** I will send the cost for shipping, tracking and my PayPal address as soon as you send your address; if shipping is not free. Shipping is not free outside of the US. If you do not pay I will keep credits and relist. I send tracking with most packages.
Suepowell January 11, 2019 at 11:30 AM

Your plant will be dug up when you win.

Suepowell March 19, 2019 at 05:26 PM

Lush's rainy season

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Let It Grow August 06, 2018 at 07:50 PM

Take a pic of the real plant and not some pic you stole from the internet.

Suepowell March 11, 2019 at 01:00 PM

Thanks for your comment. I hope your husband is never in the hospital and you have to ask the TK members for a little help with images. But don't worry, most are very nice people and will gladly do it for you. Wishing you the best

Suepowell July 17, 2018 at 12:43 PM

Lovely unique plant

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