Wandering Jew Plants

What to Do With Wandering Jew in Winter


regina2412 added on September 14, 2015 | Answered

It has been hanging outside but we do not have room in house for our plants. Will it come back after winter if stored in cool garage? We also have Hibiscus that will be in same cool spot. Will it survive?


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jeriholland
Answered on September 14, 2015

Zebrina pendula wandering Jew,the house plant is hardy in zone 9 and 10 in the US. It can't take temperatures below 55 degrees for very long. You can take about 5-10 small cuttings from the plant and winter them over in a small pot in your home, near a window, then in the early spring pot up about 5 of them to a pot into your hanging basket for the coming year.

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