Spiderwort, Inch plant (Eng.), Wandelende jood (Afr.)
Wandering jew acts as a great ground cover and climbing plant, giving colourful foliage. Also grown as indoor plants with bright, indirect light. Its a garden ornamental, cultivated for borders and also used in beds/pots, appears as a volunteer. There are three varieties of 'Wandering jew', showing differences in the flower colours and leaf colours and shape. Their flowers unfold in the morning and close when the sun shines on it in the afternoon, remains open on cloudy days, always giving you colour throughout the day. Requires good amount of light and pruning for the best outcome.