Love at first leaf! This gorgeous house plant was first brought to the UK in the 17th century and has been winning our hearts ever since 💜.
Use the artificial tradescantia hanging bush to fill an empty spot on your shelf, dangle from a light fixture, or affix to a bookcase and enjoy its beautiful cascading leaves in a magical purple tint, or a beautiful light green.
Our standard delivery service costs £5 (free when you spend £70) and takes between 2-3 working days. Upgraded delivery services may be available based on your location.
Some locations may cost extra and take a little longer. For more information visit our delivery page here.
If the product isn’t suitable or you simply don’t like it, you can return it to us for a full refund.
- 60 days to return the item to us
- You will need to cover the cost of returning the item
- Use a courier comparison website to get the best price
For further information or to submit a return request, visit our returns page here.
In the unlikely event that the item arrives damaged, please get in touch with our customer service team.
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Everything you need to know
Be it your bathroom, bedroom, or kitchen, this little guy is perfect for trailing down your shelf or windowsill, bringing beautiful, flowing, botanical vibes to your living space.
We’re here for its stunning stripy zebra-like foliage which lets the leaves effortlessly flow from one to the other giving the faux tradescantia a full and fresh feel. Plus, our fake tradescantia hanging bush comes in a choice of either variegated light green or deep purple tinted leaves 😍.
Unlike the real deal, our artificial tradescantia doesn’t require sunlight, watering or feeding with fertiliser, and it’s more than happy to be left alone while you enjoy the more important things in life… like chocolate for example 🍫.
Unlike real hanging plants, our artificial ones are far from needy. There’s no misting, watering, or picking up dead leaves. The only thing we recommend is a quick wipe or dust from time to time.
Did you know?
Tradescantia is also known as spiderwort… ew 🕷. Let’s stick with tradescantia.