Often known as the Bolivian Jew plant, it has a variety of other nicknames, most of which have variations.
These common names include:
- Chain Plant
- Creeping Basket Plant
- Creeping Inch Plant
- Dwarf Wandering Jew
- Itsy Bitsy Inch Plant
- Little Jewel
- Tiny Buttons
- Turtle Vine
Callisia Repens benefits from regular watering to ensure the soil remains semi-moist during the growing season. Occasional *light* misting of the foliage also helps to keep leaves from drying out and developing brown edges.
Avoid overwatering and allow the surface of the plant's soil to dry out during the winter.
**FUN FACT** The first plant pictured was stolen from outside the shop's front door last summer, at it's peak of beauty. The thief has it on his front porch again this season.
This year however, we're onto him, and have loss prevention methods in place for our plants that are displayed outside. Bring it on, plant thief!!